If you are looking for a way to enable hibernation mode in Window 8, then this article is dedicated to all users like you. Below you will read about how easily you can enable your hibernation mode latest version of Windows OS called Window 8. But first let we have sneak peak about hibernation mode.
Hibernation is amazing featuring in Windows OS used for powering down a computer while retaining its state. Upon hibernation, the computer saves the contents of its random access memory (RAM) to a hard disk or other non-volatile storage. Upon resumption, the computer is exactly as it was upon entering hibernation. When used to save power, hibernation is similar to sleep mode and saves more power at the cost of slower resumption.
As Window 8 is the latest version of the operating system from Microsoft’s and every users don’t even know how to use this amazing within a fresh copy of window 8. So lets us start with a tutorial about enabling hibernate mode in Window 8.
1. The first thing you need to do is, click the battery icon in the system tray and then select more power options.
2. After that make a click on Choose what the Power buttons do” option from the left sidebar.
3. In next step you have to select the option called Change settings that are currently unavailable.
4. When you are done with above step you will get a tick box on left bottom side of the page saying Show Hibernate. All you need to do is check the Show Hibernate option to enable and save changes.
5. Now visit Charms Bar, then power options, here you will find the Hibernate option in it.
And you are done, you have successfully enabled Hibernate mode in Window 8. It also estimated that it will take near about 8 seconds for system resumption from a hibernated state. You can also share with us, How much time you save ?
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