Has your PC gone bad? Want to see if any software’s causing the issue and want to troubleshoot? You may want to boot into Safe Mode for various reasons. Safe Mode is one of the most common and foremost things that one would do to troubleshoot a Windows installation that is starting to go sour. In earlier versions of Windows, it was achieved by pressing the F8 key. In Windows 8 and later however, it has changed as it boots pretty fast and if you’ve got a SSD it’ll boot faster than ever, which in turn, doesn’t allow time for pressing the F8 key during start-up and booting into Safe Mode.
You can boot into Safe Mode by various methods, essentially depending on whether you can boot into Windows, get past the login screen, and etc. Read on to know how to boot into safe mode into Windows 8 and later easily!