How to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Microsoft recently released Windows 8.1 preview with many lots of improvements. Anyway, you need to know all hidden features behind the, Windows 8. This is the new and upgraded version of Microsoft Windows 7. Windows 8 is built for home and for office purpose work. By the way, you can get many new apps for the touch screen Windows 8. Well, now in this article I’ll show you to the Handy Trick to Boot Windows 8 in safe mode.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

 Everybody will heard about, Safe mode. Generally we don’t use this safe mode regularly. By using this you can start your OS in a different way. The main purpose of this mode is to, protect your device from virus, malware or any other third party software. By using those things in your Windows 8 device, your device may crash or hang some times. At that time, you will surely need this mode for recovering your PC.

So in this tutorial, I’ll help you to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in safe mode. All you need is to just follow my simple steps given bellow. Here goes,

First Step 1: Go to your Windows 8 Home Screen and then go to Settings and choose Advanced Start Up Options.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Step 2: Then in that section just click, General and scroll down and just bellow Advanced Start Up you will able to find Restart Now. Just hit it.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Step 3: Then click Continue and again select Troubleshoot and now just choose Turn Off your PC.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Step 4: And now, just select Troubleshoot then again go to Advanced Option and Click the Start Up Setting button.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Last Step 5: Now, just click on Restart button. Once you done this you will able to see Start Up Setting Menu. That’s it! You have enabled Safe Mode successfully in your Windows 8/8.1. This will lets your Windows 8/8.1 device to run in Safe Mode.

Handy Steps to Boot Windows 8/8.1 in Safe Mode

Well, I tried this method in my Windows 8 only. I don’t know whether this method will work for Windows 8.1. So, please try it and share your thoughts and experience in comments. If you have any errors then drop those errors in comments.

About Harshit Jain

Harshit Jain is a tech-savvy blogger. He is graduated from Mumbai University. He likes to share his knowledge through his own blog at TripoSoft, Best Beard Trimmer, Best Electric Toothbrush & TechHug as well as by writing guest articles on other blogging sites. Follow him on Facebook, Google+, Twitter.

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