How to open Windows 8
as Safe Mode
Windows 8 is
a personal computer operating system developed by Microsoft as part of the
Windows NT family of operating systems. Development of Windows 8 started before
the release of its predecessor, Windows 7, in 2009.
secret Start menu-: Moving your mouse cursor down to the bottom-left of the
screen and left-clicking switches to the tiled Start page... but if you
right-click instead, you'll be met with a menu linking to key areas of the
operating system, including Control Panel, the command prompt and the Task
Defender-: Windows Defender is back from extinction, taking over from Microsoft
shutdown-: Rather than opening the Charms bar, clicking Settings, selecting the
Power button and choosing 'Shut down', simply press Alt+F4 while viewing the
screenshots-: Windows 7 had the Snipping Tool for taking screenshots, and this
tool is still around in Windows 8.
Windows-: Here's a feature you might not come across until something goes wrong
- Windows' new reinstall routine, known as Reset (on the PC Settings page).
There's no need to dig out discs or serial codes, because everything you
need is already available, hidden away on the hard drive
system have any problem and you want to run OS as Safe Mode then follow below
steps to open OS as Safe Mode
1. Press or Use Shift + Restart. When
you restart your system then you have need to press Shift button and with Restart
2. Windows asks you to choose an option.
3. In the Troubleshoot screen, press Advanced options.
4. In the Advance options screen , press Startup
5. Your computer or device restarts
again and displays nine startup settings, including Safe Mode, Safe Mode with
Networking and Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Press the F4 key on your keyboard, to enable Safe Mode, F5 to enable Safe
Mode with Networking and F6 to enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt. Windows 8
and Windows 8.1 now boot according to the setting you selected.