In previous article, we know there are 7 ways to get into Windows 10 safe mode, and introduced 4 common ways. But, if we cannot login desktop, or cannot start up Windows system, how do we get into Windows 10 safe mode?
Let's take a look and see the last 3 ways we can get into Safe Mode in Windows 10. 5, Boot from a recovery drive A recovery drive can help you refresh or reset your PC, or to troubleshot problems, even when it can’t restart. You can refer this to learnhow to create a Win 8/8.1/10 recovery drive. Once you have created a USB recovery drive, use it to boot your Windows 10 device and, when you're asked to load its content, do so. 1) choose the layout for your keyboard 2) SelectTroubleshoot
For improving Windows 10 enterprise security, Microsoft turned on PUA/PUP protection of Windows Defender by default. But, it has been turned off by default in Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro. How to turn on Windows Defender PUA/PUP protection in Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro?
Method 1: Use PowerShell cmdlets to configure the PUA protection feature 1, Press Win + S 2, Type powershell 3, Right click on Windows PowerShell, click Run as administrator 4, Enter the command: Set-MpPreference -PUAProtection enable 5, Restart system, the PUA detection has been enabled. Tip: Setting the value for this cmdlet to Enabled will turn the feature on if it has been disabled.