This mode is especially useful when trying to remove files that may be in use, applications that won't uninstall properly, uninstalling or installing drivers, and removing malware.
Unfortunately, after upgrading to windows 10, you are not able to access the safe mode by pressing F8 key during the startup like you did in previous versions of Windows, you now have to go through a variety of steps in order to start windows 10 in safe mode with networking.
Here is a full video tutorial with solution of it.
Steps to start windows 10 in safe mode with networking
1. The easiest way to enter in safe mode with networking is from the windows 10 login screen. To access this screen, you have to open task manager by pressing “Ctrl+Alt+Delete” keys at the same time.
Now on your keyboard, hold down the Shift key. While holding down the Shift key, on the login screen, at the bottom right of the corner, click the power button then select Restart.
2. When windows 10 restarts, you will be at the Choose an Option screen. Now click on the Troubleshooting button to access the Troubleshoot options screen.
3. On the Troubleshoot screen, click Advanced options.
4. Click Startup Settings.
5. Click Restart. The computer restarts and another screen opens showing a lot of different startup options.
6. On your keyboard, press the “5” or “F5” number key to start windows 10 in safe mode with network access.
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Hope the instructions in this post will help you to start windows 10 safe mode with networking. If they’re not working for you, please feel free to leave your comments below and let me know how it can improve. Thank you for reading.