Booting into Safe Mode has long been a standard for Windows computers when troubleshooting. The safe mode requires only a limited set of files and drivers to launch Windows so you can find out what’s wrong with your PC. But for some instances, Windows 10 makes it difficult to get to Safe Mode. Luckily, you can bring Safe mode straight back to a boot menu with a little Command Prompt trickery, which is always accessible when you start. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to add and delete the Safe mode to Windows 10 Boot menu.

Add the safe mode to Windows 10 boot menu

To add and delete safe mode to Windows 10 boot menu, follow this procedure step by step.

Click the Search button. Type Command Prompt in the search bar and right-click on the Command Prompt option. Then click the Run as administrator option as the following image is showing.

As soon as you will click the Run as administrator option, the following screen will appear.

Type bcdedit /copy {current} /d "Windows 10 Safe Mode" on the screen as press the Enter key, the following message will appear.

Again click the Search button and type msconfig in the search bar and choose the System Configuration option as the following image is showing.

As soon as you will click the System Configuration option, the following screen will appear.

Click the Boot tab as highlighted in the above image. The Boot tab will be having options like this.

Choose the Windows 10 (C:\Windows): Current OS; Default OS option. Then check the checkbox Safe boot. After this click the Minimal radio button. Then check the checkbox Make all boot settings permanent. After doing all the settings, click Apply and then the OK button as highlighted in the above image. As soon as you click the OK button, the following warning will appear.

Click the Yes button as highlighted in the above image. After this setting, the boot screen will look like this.

C:\Users\User\Desktop\boot.png

To delete the Safe Mode option, follow these steps.

Open System Configuration again. Go to the Boot tab. Select Windows 10 Safe Mode and click the Delete button as the following image is showing.

Conclusion

By following this procedure, you will be able to add and delete Safe Mode to Windows 10 Boot menu.

How to add Safe Mode option to Windows 10 Boot Menu

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