Definition - What does Soft Reboot mean?
A soft reboot is an action that uses a software to restart a computer without removing the computer's power.
Also known as a soft boot.
Techopedia explains Soft Reboot
There are two ways to do soft reboot on Windows:
- Ctrl + Alt + Delete key combination and
- Selecting "Shut Down" or "Restart" from the start menu.
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