How to Get Out of Windows Safe Mode if you’re stuck in this Mode
If you first entered Safe Mode by using the System Configuration tool, this could well be your problem as your PC may keep booting into Safe Mode every time your PC starts up.
To check if that is the case Press Win + R, and then type msconfig in the resulting run box, and click the OK button. This opens the System Configuration view. Select the Boot tab. If you find the Safe boot option is checked, uncheck it. Then re-boot your PC and it will re-boot to your normal desktop display.
TIP: As a rule you should never use the System Configuration tool to enter Safe Mode, unless you have good reason to reboot multiple times into that particular environment.
If you find that the Safe boot option is not checked, try getting to the Windows Start Up Boot Menu. How you do this depends on your Windows version and the age of your particular PC set up.
If you are running Windows 7, re-boot your computer and press F8 repeatedly. Once the Advanced Boot Options Menu comes up, select Start Windows Normally. This might also work on some Windows 8 PCs, or on some PCs that were upgraded to Windows 10.
Luckily, there’s another way to do this in Windows 8 and 10. Go to the Shutdown Menu, and hold down the Shift key as you select Restart. Now select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.
Your computer will reboot. But instead of loading Windows, it will bring up a Startup Settings screen with all sorts of options. Press Enter ‘to return to your operating system.’
When your PC re-starts it should now boot straight into your normal Windows desktop.