Starting Windows 10 in Windows Recvoery Environment

How to get into Windows Recovery in Windows 10
Like the older version of Microsoft Windows OS  in Windows 10, we do not have F8 options to start it in the Windows Advanced Recovery option/Advanced Boot Menu.
But we can still get into the Windows Recovery, and that is what we are going to discuss in this blog post.
So I identified that are 5 Different ways of getting into Windows Recovery Environment in  Windows 10 as listed below:
1:  Crash boot the system 3 times, and it will take you to Windows Recovery on the 4th proper startup.  
2:  From Settings:
Select the Start button, then choose Settings.

Select Update & security  > Recovery.
Under Advanced startup, select Restart now.

After your PC restarts to the Windows Recovery Environment.

3: Start the computer, on the sign-in screen, hold the Shift key down while you select Power Button Icon> Restart (in the lower-right corner of the screen). It will start the computer in Windows Recovery.
4: Inside Windows on Desktop screen click Start menu Windows icon
then select Shutdown option.
Now select sub-option Restart While holding the Shift key. It will start the computer into Windows Recovery.
5: Inside Windows on Desktop screen as well if you can click Right-click on Start menu Windows icon, then select Shutdown option and sub-option Restart While holding the Shift key. It will start the computer into Windows Recovery.
You will find handy recovery options here, which are tools to fix a lot of Windows issues.
Like
Recover from Drive option in Troubleshoot:
Reset & Refresh option in Troubleshoot:
& Advanced Option:
This post is going to be very useful in many of the past and upcoming windows troubleshooting. 

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