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How to Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu

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Safe mode is one of the most used troubleshooting option available in windows where it’s loading with default software and apps. In the Previous version of windows, Microsoft is providing an option to go to the Safe mode by pressing F8 key on the keyboard but in Windows 10 this option is not available.

If you want to Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu it’s too easy, just follow the below steps.

Step-by-step process to Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu:-

Right-click on the Start menu and select “Command Prompt(Admin)” option.

Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu

And enter the below command

bcedit /copy {current} /d “Windows 10 Safe Mode”

Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu

Like in my case I want’s to add “Rumy Safe Mode”. And it will show you “The entry was successfully copied

Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu

Now open the Run menu by pressing Windows Key + R and enter the command “msconfig” without quote and navigate to Boot tab and select your option.

In the Boot options, click on the “Safe Boot Minimal” and also check the “Make all the settings Permanent” option.

How to Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu

Now click on the Start > Settings > Update and Security and click on the “Recovery” option and click on the “Advanced Startup” option.

Now Select “Use another Operating system” option here.

Now you have both options here. Select any one.

Now you are successfully inside the “Windows 10 Safe Mode”

Hope my article “How to Add Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot Menu” helps. If you have any query, feel free to comment.

Also Check:- How to add Network Connection icon in Windows 10

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