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  • Booting a Mac into Safe Mode

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      Nathan Parker

      One of the troubleshooting steps Mac users can try when troubleshooting Mac issues is to boot a Mac into Safe Mode, generally by holding down the Shift key at startup. This article from Apple explains more about it. It is a handy tip to keep in one’s Mac troubleshooting toolbox.

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