Stuck in Safe Mode, Forgot Password

So I enabled my Windows 10 to boot in Safe Mode by opening msconfig, I checked the box and restarted my computer. The user account I use is a Microsoft Account, and it's an administrator account, I only have one user account on that PC, and it's that one. When my computer booted up again, it asked for my password. I didn't know what to do because I use a PIN on my PC, and not a password. I actually don't have the password memorized, so there was nothing I could do. I recovered my account using another computer, and I changed my password. When I entered the new password on my computer on the sign in screen, it said the password was incorrect, even though I changed it. Is there any way I can disable Safe Mode without logging in to my PC? I need to get access to it somehow. Someone please help me.
 

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Last updated November 19, 2019 Views 5,490 Applies to:
Hi Elmir, this should get your PC out of Safe Mode:

Start PC, just as the manufacturers logo disappears and Windows attempts to load, press and hold Power Button for 5 - 10 seconds to perform a Hard Shut Down

Do this twice

On the third start Windows will boot into the Recovery Environment and from there you can access System Repair, Safe Mode, Command Prompt . . . etc.

Go to Troubleshoot - Advanced Option -Command Prompt

Run this command and hit Enter:

bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot

Then reboot your PC and it should boot to Windows normally
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When you arrive at the sign in screen, do the following:

Hold down the shift key on your keyboard while clicking the Power button on the screen.
Continue to hold down the shift key while clicking Restart.
Continue to hold down the shift key until the Advanced Recovery Options menu appears.
Click Troubleshoot
Click Advanced options
Click Command Prompt

At the command prompt, type:

bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot

Hit Enter

Exit the command prompt then restart.
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I tried that, but it kept asking me to enter my password to access command prompt. What I did was I booted up a Windows 10 installation from a USB drive, and did what you said, and it worked. It didn't ask me for a password any longer. Thanks anyway.

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