Booting in Safe Mode in Windows 10 can help you fix a lot of issues. Let me show you 3 different ways you can do this.
1) Press and hold the shift button while clicking on Restart.
This is probably the easiest way.
2) Click on the start button and then click on Settings. Click on the Update and Settings. On the left side, click on Recovery. Under Advanced start-up, click on Restart Now.
3) Press the windows button and “R” to open the Run menu. Type in “msconfig” and press Enter to open the System Configuration menu. Click on the Boot tab. Under Boot options, check the box next to Safe Boot. If you need networking, click the button next to Network. Last, press OK.
Make sure to repeat this step and remove the Safe Boot option so that you can return to a normal boot after restarting.