How To Enable Hibernate System On Windows 8 And 10

Hibernate is the best function Microsoft still having on each Windows update and Windows 7 is currently having this feature but Windows 8 and 10 users are facing trouble having the feature back.

Both the Windows 8 and 10 doesn’t have default feature hibernating the system, but there is another option to make it enable, that is a very simple to follow using below steps.

Why we do Hibernate and what is the relation between Hibernate and Sleep Mode in Windows computer?

However, we all know very clearly that Sleeping mode is very fast and effective power button on the windows computer, it helps to reduce the computer power usage, also it holds all the work done by you in the memory of the computer, but all the memory is saved in RAM for temporary, even computer don’t shut down completely using this feature.

But in Hibernate Mode, your computer’s state will be saved on a hard drive instead of memory, your computer will shut down completely without using any electrical power, but when you turn On your computer then you will see your desktop screen in no time as soon as you click on login button. (Turning Off your computer using Hibernate takes time)

How To Enable Hibernate System On Windows 8 And 10

Steps On how To Enable Hibernate System On Windows 10 and 8.

#1 From your keyboard press Windows+I to open settings window, Find and click on Control Panel within the control panel click on Power Option.

For windows 10, you can use Additional Power System on the left panel.

Users can also navigate to the power setting using the RUN shortcut command and Type “powercfg.cpl” and it will be navigate to Power Option.

powercfg

powercfg

#2 From the power option click on “Choose What the power buttons do

Choose What the power buttons do

Choose What the power buttons do

#3 You need to click on “Change Settings that are currently unavailable

Change Settings that are currently unavailable

Change Settings that are currently unavailable

#4 You will be in a window in which you can see a list of shut down options, from there click on Hibernate and to confirm click on Save Changes.

Hibernate and to confirm click on Save Changes

Hibernate and to confirm click on Save Changes

#5 Now you can see the changes on your computer Start menu, just click on Start power button and you can see Hibernate option available there.

Start power button and you can see Hibernate option

Start power button and you can see Hibernate option

All done now you can use Hibernate button anytime as per your need, switch off your computer using Hibernate which will enable you to turn off your computer complete but saving all your work as a resume on Hard Drive, Switch on your computer again and you can see all your work open where you left off.

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This tutorial is about How To Enable your Windows 8 and 10 Hibernate Option, till now all we have learned today is how it is necessary to use Hibernate instead of direct switch Off your computer, Hibernate will save your time much more at the time of starting back your computer.

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