Starting Windows 10 in safe mode is a good idea if you are unable to start Windows 10 normally and need to troubleshoot. This is how you get out of security mode when you are done and want to use your computer normally.
What is safe mode?
Safe Mode is essentially a troubleshooting service. If you use unstable hardware drivers that cause you to see the blue screen or if you have been infected with malware, you can start Windows 10 in safe mode to boot your computer to get to the root cause of the problem. In some cases, it may be yours only ways to restart your computer without reinstalling Windows.
Why? Because, when you start Windows 10 in safe mode, startup programs and other services that are configured to start at startup do not start, hardware support is minimized, screen resolution is reduced, and no third-party software or drivers are enabled. In safe mode, you can roll back drivers, check system logs, and remove software that may be causing problems.
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How to exit Safe Mode on Windows 10
If you want to leave safe mode, you just need to restart your Windows PC. You can do this by clicking on the “Windows icon” in the lower left corner to open the “Start” menu, select “Power” and then “Restart.”
There are other methods to restart your computer, e.g. by driving
shutdown /r from the command interpreter. Whichever method you choose, you will be prompted to start Windows 10 normally at reboot.
You can also restart normally without the prompt. To do this, open the “Run” window by pressing Windows + R. When you are open, type “msconfig” in the text box next to “Open” and click “OK.”
Select the “Boot” tab in the window that appears.
Finally, in the “Boot Options” section, clear the box next to “Safe Boot” and click “OK.”
Now you will not be disturbed by the prompt when you restart.