4 Ways to Boot into Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 – Advanced Startup Options, which appeared since the era of Windows 8, offers several options for troubleshooting the system if you experience problems, starting from System Restore, Recovery Image, Booting into Safe mode, etc.
In Windows 10, you can use 4 ways to enter Safe mode, here are the reviews.
By Restarting (While Holding the Shift Key)
This is the easiest way to get into Advanced Startup. You do this by clicking ‘Restart’ while holding down the [Shift] key on the keyboard. Keep holding the [Shift] key until you enter Advanced Startup, if it’s new you can release the button.
Besides Reboot via manual restart with the [Shift] key. You can restart via Settings. The trick is to open Settings (WinKey + I) then navigate to ‘Update & Security – Recovey’. On the right side of the window, click ‘Restart Now’ on the Advanced Startup option so you will be directed to Advanced Startup without having to hold down the Shift key.
Via Command Prompt
The next way you can do is through the Command prompt. The trick is to open the Command prompt as Administrator (WinKey + X then press ‘A’ on the keyboard), then type
That way the system will immediately reboot into Advanced Startup. And before doing so, make sure you have saved all running work because the computer will restart immediately without the consent of the user. or you can replace the number ’00’ with another number, for example if you want to shutdown within 5 minutes then replace that number with ‘300’.
If you don’t want to report – bother holding down the Shift key, open Settings or open a Command prompt. You can use a shortcut, by creating it so in the future if you want to enter Advanced Startup it will be more accessible.
To make it first on the desktop, right click then select ‘New – Shortcut’.
Then type / copy this command in the existing column. After that select Next.
shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00
Just like method number 3, you can change the number ’00’ as you wish.
Then give the Shortcut name as you wish, for example ‘Advanced Startup Options’. Click Finish to create the shortcut.
That way, the shortcut is successfully created, and you can also replace it with other shortcuts as desired.
Of course all the methods above from numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4. In the end are the Advanced Startup Options. So the only difference is the method, you can choose the one that you think is the most flexible