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Bootsafe

In some situation it is necessary to boot your computer in safe mode. For example to troubleshoot your PC or cure viruses, spyware, adware or malware infections that are not able to remove in the normal mode, required rebooting in to safe mode.

Normally you have to restart Windows, press F8 key, Select Safe mode or open system configuration utility (maconfig) to boot in to safe mode. But with BootSafe you can reboot your system in Safe Mode with a Single-click and easily boot back to Normal mode.

Usage:
Download BootSafe (119Kb) and save it to your Desktop (no installation required)
Double click the BootSafe icon to start the program
Select which Safe Mode you wish to boot - Minimal, Networking (typical), or Repair
Click the Reboot button
Once you have booted into Safe Mode, you can perform any actions needed, such as scanning for viruses, spyware, adware, malware or repairing a system component
When you have completed your tasks, simply run BootSafe again and select the Normal Restart option and click the Reboot button and your computer will reboot in Normal Mode
Supports Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP

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