Many Advanced PC fixes requires us to to enter specific commands into the Windows Command Prompt (CMD) – “shutdown/r/o”, for example, will restart your PC and bring up the Advanced Start Options menu, from where you can launch Safe Mode.
Typing complicated and long commands can produce errors, which is why it’s great that Windows 10’s revamped CMD tool finally lets users copy and paste directly using ctrl+C and ctrl+V keyboard shortcuts.
To enable this, right-click Start and Select Command Prompt.
When it opens, right click the header bar at the top of the program window and select properties.
On the option tab under Edit Options, tick the box next to ‘Enable Ctrl key shortcuts’.
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