If you are having issues you think might be related to installed services, drivers, or other applications designed to run at startup, you can troubleshoot by altering how Windows 10 boots.
Open the System Configuration application.
On the General tab you can customize how Windows 10 should start by choosing Normal Startup, Diagnostic Startup (should only be used in dire situations where you have a boot disk handy), and Selective Startup (where you can choose to load services, startup items, and based on the original Windows 10 installation).
Or, on the Booth menu, you can quickly choose a Safe Boot with additional options.
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