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How To Disable Safe Mode In Windows10

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How to Disable Safe Mode in Windows10 / 8 / 7 / Vista

Just as Windows 10 gets increasingly quicker and more secure each year, we’re also seeing Microsoft slow the updates to Windows 7 and 8 and no longer include update links for Windows Vista users.

Those updates will no longer arrive at all, unless your system has upgraded to Windows 10, and you’ll have to have already downloaded the Windows 10 update (and if you’re worried about this then download it through Windows Update).

If you never upgraded your system to Windows 10, you won’t have to worry about it at all. But if you’re still using Vista or Windows 7 (including Windows XP), there’s still a way to get the latest updates for them (which means you should be safe from viruses and other threats). 

Safe Mode, which disables the operating system’s core components, has been around since Vista, and means your computer will be running as intended but without security updates being installed. This is a good thing for the sake of virus protection, and can save you money and storage space on your computer.

Now that Windows 10 is better, faster and less vulnerable to viruses than previous versions of Windows, Microsoft is not doing the Safe Mode anymore. You can, however, still access Safe Mode on your older system.

You’ll need a computer which has Windows 7 or 8, with the Update Agent installed. Then make sure your computer is turned off and on again, and go to Control Panel > Update & security. You’ll then see an option called Safe Mode. Select it, and click the Update button now. 

Safe Mode disables a bunch of Windows components so that a virus or attack can’t penetrate the system, and restores Windows to the point before the update. So, if you’ve just upgraded to Windows 10 but you have another computer (say, a spare in case of a hardware failure) then you can switch to Safe Mode to download the latest updates for Windows 7 or 8.

But if you still want to continue installing all your current security patches and fixes and never leave them again.

But if you never upgraded your computer to Windows 10, or if you never upgraded from Windows Vista or Windows XP, you’ll have to do it from scratch.

If you’re using Windows 7 or 8, you’ll still need to use your update installer to get Windows 10. If you never upgraded you will need to do this from scratch, and you will also need to have a clean copy of the installer.

Also bear in mind that Windows 10 may add new features to Vista. To avoid those, you’ll need to reinstall the clean install from scratch, or run a clean install on top of a fresh copy of Windows 10.

You can upgrade to Windows 10 at any time if you want to, but be aware of the free upgrade period. If you try and upgrade when Windows 10 is still being installed then you may be told that you can’t because it doesn’t support your old system or hardware.

In Windows 10 Follow below mention steps with screen shot for booting windows 10 in safe mode. 

Follow Below Mention Steps:-

1. Go To Run and type msconfig then press enter.

2. Open msconfig with general option.

3. Go to  Boot Option and choose Safe Mode under Boot Options.

4. Then Restart your system.

5. After rebooting system will boot automatically in Safe Mode.

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