If you are older user Operating Systems Windows, (At least Windows 7), Then you are surely familiar with Power options Available in them, namely Shutdown, Restart, Sleep si Hibernate. In the new system Windows but (at least version Technical Preview thereof), as in Windows 8 / 8.1The option HibernateAlthough still available, is disabled in default mode.
Hibernate is an option power-saving available on laptops running operating systems WindowsThis allowing users to save application state and files used before closing the computer, so when it will reopen able to continue working where they left. Unlike SleepWhich saves the user's work in memory and continue to consume energy even in very small quantities, Hibernate save programs and files used Hard Drive (Where it can be restored later in the same condition), then close the computer.
If you are using Windows 10 and you want to Enable Hibernate in your system for various reasons (eg you want to save as much battery, but do not want to close the applications used), you can do this simply by following the instructions below.
How to activate the Hibernate option back in Windows 10?
- open control Panel (type: control.exe in Run and give Enter) And navigate to Hardware and Sound > Power Options
- in the open window, click on the option Choose what the power buttons do (On the left)
- under Define power buttons click link Change Settings That are currently unavailable
- then check the option Hibernate under Shutdown settings and click on the button Save changes
After you make this change in system settings, You will see the option Hibernate displayed Power menu from Start Menu or Start Screen.
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