I am going to recommend you downgrade to Windows 10 1703. 6. You need to have Windows 10 setup properly. When your PC reboots you will see the Advanced Boot Options screen. I know booting a Windows guest operating system into Safe Mode is very easy. If you are unable to Login to computer, you can Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode by Restarting the computer from the Login Screen.. 1. As for perform actions and reboot again, I am not sure how you are going to handle that. Most IT guy's know how to restart a computer into Safe Mode, either with MSCONFIG or F8 when booting, but sometimes we want a quick way to reboot into Safe Mode; remotely, from the command line. On Startup Settings screen, click on the Restart button.. 7. They have become highly unnecessary in some instances. Most of the services you need are off and you’re having a hard time restoring your internet access. After your computer Restarts, press the F4 key to Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode.. 2. Under the Windows Boot Loader sections, make note of the identifier value. Then Windows 10 will tell you need to restart your computer to make the settings take effect, click “Restart”, you will directly enter safe mode after the system restart. To start in safe mode from command prompt : bcdedit /set {identifier} safeboot minimal Then enter the command line to reboot your computer. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and press ENTER. Windows 10 applied many strategies to speed up the system running and perform a better user experience. These feature updates are not thoroughly engineered and are rushed mostly to meet deadlines. For Windows 10, in the search box on the taskbar, type msconfig. I think you should look at whatever it is you need to do, and get clever without being in safe mode. Pretty sure bcdedit is the only way to go on this. Yes, not the best news you want to hear. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and press ENTER. Create a local user or administrator account in Windows 10. Scheduled Tasks do not run in safe mode. Hi CHELLAPPA, Based on my research, we can use powershell in safe mode, and I also tested on server 2012 R2: You can also open cmd and type "powershell" to use powershell script. However when I attempted to boot my virtual machine into safe mode, it didn’t work. (In Windows 8 or 8.1, swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then select Search. Or, if you’re using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, and then select Search. Click Restart. Windows Installer does not work in Safe Mode. You reboot your Windows 10 or 8 machine into Safe Mode, and that’s where the big disappointment comes – you realize that for some strange reason the Wi-Fi connection is disabled. Maybe I was not quick in pressing F8 button, so I attempted again and still no luck. Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode from Login Screen. Click Restart. Select Windows Startup Settings to see the Windows options for restart. Below are instructions for Windows 7 and XP When your PC reboots you will see the Advanced Boot Options screen. You restart the virtual machine and when the computer starts, you press and hold F8. Select Windows Startup Settings to see the Windows options for restart.