How to Kaspersky Antivirus Reboot your PC in Safe mode?

by Olivia Zoe Strategies Marketing Executive

To protect the computer and other devices from harmful viruses and destructive files the users are needed to have an internet security which can provide nonstop protection and prevent the computer system to get affected from Viruses, Trojans, Malicious files, Adware and many more. The Kaspersky antivirus can be the one because it comes with different types of protection tool which keeps the PC safe.

While using this antivirus some users can face the issues like how to update & upgrade, how to download & install, Way to enable and disable etc. but now all these issues are get supported by the best online tech assistance service provider with the accurate answer as per the customer’s choice. It also has various features and one of them is Kaspersky antivirus reboot in safe mode. And the users who are feeling to get help for their safe mode reboot they may just need to get in touch by calling at their toll free number and they are always in action to help their customer on priority.

Here the problems are fixed by the professional who are dealing in these issues over past few years with best suitable solutions at a very reasonable service charge. They apply the remote access method to fix such type of errors as soon as possible.

Here some steps have been mentioned for the users which can be followed to perform the reboot process in safe mode.

For Windows 10:

Step 1: Firstly, open Window 10 OS and hit the “Start” button after this select the “Settings” option.

Step 2: A new settings window will be opened and from there need to select “Update & security” option. 

Step 3: After this, click over the Recovery option and select Restart now from “Advanced” startup section.

Step 4: Now, hit the “Troubleshoot” option and then need to move at select “Advanced” options.

Step 5: From there click over the “Startup Settings” menu.

Step 6: And go with theRestart process.

Step 7: Wait for startup options and press F4 to Enable Safe Mode.

Note: Users may require local Administrator account password to perform the reboot in safe mode.

For Window 8/ 8.1:

Step 1: Initially, visit at the lower right corner of Desktop and from there hit the “Settings” option or users can also press “Win + I” to open the menu.

Step 2: Then there will be option as “Change PC settings” click over there.

Step 3: A new window will be opened and then click “Update and recovery” option available.

Step 4: Now, an Update and recovery window will be seen and there will be option as “Recovery” users may have to hit there and then choose the Restart now option from advanced startup section.

Step 5: Then click on Troubleshoot option and now move to “Advanced” options where Startup Settings is available.

Step 6: After the above steps go for Restart of the computer.

Step 7: Now, wait for the Startup Settings screen and when appear click F4 to enable Safe Mode.

Step 8: At last, the users may require the local administrator password to boot the computer in Safe Mode.

For Window 7/ Vista:

Step 1: The customers may have to hit the Start button first

Step 2: Then need to type msconfig in the search line and press the “Enter” key.

Step 3: Now, go to the System Configuration window and hit the Boot tab.

Step 4: After this, select the Safe boot check box and click Minimal.

Step 5: Then after require hitting the “Apply” option and then clicking OK. 

Step 6: At the end, click Restart.  

If any Kaspersky technical support is needed for startup failure prevention then the users are needed to dial the Kaspersky customer support Australia for best online assistance. The technicians are available 24-hours in service without a single stop. So, dial 1-800-431-454 the toll free without any hesitation and grab the best online tech service in Australia.


About Olivia Zoe Junior   Strategies Marketing Executive

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Joined APSense since, August 10th, 2017, From Sydney Gateway Facility, NSW, Australia.

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