Safe Mode is a special way for Windows to load when there is a system-critical problem that interferes with the normal operation of Windows. The purpose of Safe Mode is to allow you to troubleshoot Windows and try to determine what is causing it to not function correctly. Once you have corrected the problem, then you can reboot and Windows will load normally.There are 3 kinds of Safe Mode, which play different role when we take for use.
Safe Mode – This is the default option and is usually the best choice. This mode will load only the absolute minimum processes necessary to start Windows 7.
Safe Mode with Networking – This option loads the same processes as Safe Mode but also includes those that allow the networking functions in Windows 7 to work. You should choose this option if you think you may need to access the Internet or your local network while troubleshooting in Safe Mode.
Safe Mode with Command Prompt – This version of Safe Mode also loads a minimum set of processes but will allow immediate access to the Command Prompt. This is a valuable option if more advanced troubleshooting is necessary.
As we know, Safe Mode can help us to reset Windows password with ease as long as you have the administrator permission.
But if you cannot log on Windows with an account that has administrator permissions, you will be not able to enter Windows safe mode. In that case, I’m afraid you’ll need Windows Password Unlocker Professional to help to bypass Windows password and get back in your protected computer. Windows Password Unlocker allows you to reset lost Windows password with a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive. It takes you take less than 5 minutes.