Although Windows is a powerful operating system, there are situations where it experiences lags, causing the PC to crash or automatically lock. Indeed, this can be frustrating, especially when you install new software or add drivers.
You may have also attempted to reboot your computer multiple times, and when it turns on the third time, it loads a strange-looking interface with the words “Safe mode.” As a long-time Windows user, you may already know this term.
Nevertheless, Safe Mode is a way Windows boots when a critical issue interferes with the computer’s functionality. Through this, you can troubleshoot and fix it.
This article lists the various ways you can access safe mode. We also discuss steps to enter this Mode on Windows 10 or 11 using the Power button, Command Prompt, or Settings.