How to get out of the Safe Mode loop in Windows 10: - Do you feel like your system is stuck in safe mode forever? Safe mode is ideal for fixing errors and executing commands. But safe mode forever? No thank you! Safe Mode has very limited functionality and no one wants to run a system in Safe Mode if there is no problem with the system. So what to do if your system keeps entering safe mode on every boot? Call the service guys? Well, wait a second. We have a nice and simple method here for you. Dive deeper to solve the problem on your own without anyone's help.
- First, press the button WIN + R keys together to open the file run the dialog box. When the run The dialog box opens, type msconfig and hit Log in key or click ok button.
- A new window called System configuration opens.
- Click the call tab Boot. Now look for a section called Boot options. If your system is still in safe mode at startup, the checkbox corresponding to the option Safe Boot will be checked.
- You need to clear the checkbox corresponding to the option Safe Boot as shown in the screenshot below. When done, click To apply button and then up ok button.
- For the changes to take over, you need to reboot your system. You can restart the system when prompted to restart the system by clicking Restart or you can restart it later by clicking Exit without rebooting button.
Try this simple method to prevent your system from always going into safe mode. If you get stuck in any of the steps, feel free to leave feedback. We will be happy to help you. Hope you found the article useful.