How we can completely shut down Windows 8 without disabling Hybrid Boot

through Feature Sites 's new Windows 8 there is also Hybrid BootIt increasing system shutdown speedBut without completely closing sessions it. Specifically, Hybrid Boot feature is similar to the hibernationThe difference between these two being that during hibernation so kernel session and also session for user are "preserved" in the file hiberfil.sysAnd we use only session Hybrid Boot kernel is plugged into hibernation, the user session is closed.

Although when using Hybrid Boot system boot speed is improved significantly, it is sometimes advisable to Restart kernel sessionIe run a classic shutdown completely. Although some users Windows DO NOT prefer this turn off the Hybrid Boot feature to completely close at shutdown system, there is a solution that allows closing the kernel session without disabling Hybrid Boot.

Full-shutdown-tile

How to Perform a Full Shutdown of Windows 8 without disabling Hybrid Boot?

  • right click on Desktop and select New> Shortcut from Context Menu

New shortcut

  • in the field below Type the locatio of the item enter shutdown / s / t 0

item-location

  • then choose a name for the shortcut (e.g Full Shutdown) And click on Finish.

Full-shutdown

If you want to choose a shortcut icon created, right click on it and select Properties. In tab shortcut click on the button Change IconThen select the desired icon or the custom icons stored in the computer (if you have it) or the Emoticons default but by Windowscommunity.

change-icon

Then fixed (pin) shortcut in Start Screen for faster access to it.

pin-to-home-screen

And ready. Whenever you want to make a complete shutdown at Windows 8, open Start Screen and click on tile site created the shortcut.

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How we can completely shut down Windows 8 without disabling Hybrid Boot

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