Safe modeÂ starts Windows in a basic state, using a limited set of files and drivers. If a problem doesn’t happen in safe mode, this means that default settings and basic device drivers aren’t causing the issue. Observing Windows in safe mode enables you to narrow down the source of a problem, and can help you troubleshoot problems on your PC.
There are three different versions of safe mode:
This tutorial will show you how to add aÂ Safe ModeÂ cascading desktop context menu with options to restart in normal mode, safe mode, safe mode with networking, and safe mode with command prompt in Windows 11.
If you often need to boot into Safe mode, this context menu will make it much easier and faster to do so and go back to normal mode when ready.