If you have followed the procedure correctly, you will finally reach Startup Settings screen, from where you will be able to enable Safe Mode. Safe mode is used when a user finds a critical problem that interferes with Windows's normal operation. Using the computer system, if a user finds any issue, he/she is advised to open Windows in safe mode. Safe mode is a special loading way for Windows. After the computer restarts, select 4 or F4 to start in Safe Mode or select 5 or F5 to start in Safe Mode with Networking. After the PC restarts, you will be redirected to the Choose an Option page.
Windows 11 refines what’s good about Windows 10 without changing too much about Microsoft’s operating system in the process. Many of the new features can help you be more productive — once you learn how to use them. But we've also heard from readers who have had trouble using these keys with Windows 11 or later Windows 10 releases, so your luck may vary. If your PC doesn’t meet Windows 11’s requirements, the Installation Assistant will say you’re using an unsupported PC. However, there are still ways to install Windows 11 on many unsupported PCs.
In Safe Mode, only some essential files and drivers load, allowing you to isolate problems more efficiently. If you’re having trouble booting Windows, then this method is for you. To return back to normal mode follow the same steps but this time uncheck the Safe boot option. If it is not selected, or if you would like to use a different mode, use the Arrow keys to select the correct mode and press Enter.
OBS saves your videos and screen captures as scenes. This will create a new scene, and prompt you to name it in a new pop-up. You can edit your screen-recording video or any other video you have using the Photos app on your Windows 10 PC. Then click Edit and Create to see your editing tools. Finally, click Save a copy when you are done editing your video. Not only can you record your screen, you can also record yourself using a webcam.
For details, seeMicrosoft’s Security Update Guide. After the installation is complete and you have rebooted your PC, you will be updated to Windows 11 without TPM or Secure Boot requirements. If you are still using Windows 10 and want to update to Windows 11 without losing your data, you can do so easily. We have already written a detailed guide on how to upgrade to Windows 11 from Windows 10, so follow the instructions in the linked article. Nevertheless, here we are going to briefly demonstrate the steps. It will show you all the updates available for the particular update pack.
If you are a software developer or a professional computer user, you often feel that one screen is not enough to do your task efficiently. You may require at least two screens where one screen is used to type something or do coding, and another is to read articles or documentation from. You can get this facility by using just one monitor if your current monitor is big enough. Pressing the "Ctrl" key with the "A" key and uppercase "S" key will split the screen horizontally into two regions. Pressing the "Ctrl" key with the pipe "|" key will split the screen vertically into two regions.
It depends on which screen recorder you use. Many screen recorders allow users to try their trial versions with free 5-10 minutes of screen recording. And their pro version may have no time limit. While one option on this list requires you to download a tiny help utility, most only recorders allow you to capture your screen without downloading any additional software.