You boot into Safe Mode to alter things. Thusly, Safe Mode ought not be the thing that you have to alter. On the off chance that Windows demands booting into Safe Mode, you’ll need to make sense of what’s bringing about the issue.
What made you go into Safe Mode in any case? I expect you did it purposefully, yet how? In the event that you did it through the System Configuration apparatus, that is your issue.
Press Win-R, sort msconfig, and press Enter.
This opens up System Configuration. Select the Boot tab. On the off chance that the Safe boot choice is checked, uncheck it. At that point reboot.
For future reference, don’t utilize System Configuration to enter Safe Mode, unless you have motivation to reboot numerous times into that environment.
On the off chance that the Safe boot choice isn’t checked in any case, have a go at getting to the boot menu. How you do this relies on upon your Windows variant and the age of your PC.
In case you’re running Windows 7, boot the machine and press F8 over and again. Once the Advanced Boot Options menu comes up, select Start Windows Normally.
This may likewise chip away at a few Windows 8 PCs, or on PCs moved up to Windows 10.
Fortunately, there’s another approach to do it in Windows 8 and 10. Go to the Shutdown menu, and hold down Shift as you select Restart.