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Okay...So I Was Looking At Some Pictures On My Photo Gallery Yeah...Then All Of A Sudden My Laptop LOGGED Off And Started Installing Updates....After The Updates Are Installed It Restarts For Me And Starts Windows In Safe Mode....Okayy Im Only 14Years Old Soo I Don't Know How To Get It Back In Normal Mode????
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Shut down the laptop while working on safe mode and restart the machine.

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