So, today in this article we will come to know about how to enable or disable hibernate in windows 10 and 8. Now if you are a windows lover and user I have got a piece of good news for you. Windows users can enable hibernate on their computers to save their work and projects. Hibernate is like shutting down your computer but it doesn’t ruin your work or unsaved project. The difference is that when you shut down your computer it means you shut down the whole system and if you have any incomplete project or unsaved work after shutting down you need to do it again. However, while you hibernate your computer it means that you simply shut the window down and when you start up your computer if you have unsaved work or projects it remains the same after that you can continue your work.
However, Hibernate is a feature that when you turned off your PC but your apps stay open when the PC is turned on again you’re back to where you left off if put your PC on hibernate mode. Whenever you work on a special project it’s the best power option to help the project become successful.
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enable or disable hibernate
Here’s how to disable and then re-enable hibernate in Windows 10:
Step 1. First of all press your windows button or right-click on the start button and then choose the command prompt or Windows PowerShell (Admin). If you are prompted by the User Account Control asking if you want to allow this program to make changes to your computer, click Yes to proceed.
Step 2. Now in the second step on the command prompt type, this command powercfg.exe /hibernate on And then tap on the enter key. Now exit the command prompt. So, it means that you have done it successfully.
On the other hand, if you want to disable it through cmd you can follow these simple rules.
To disable hibernate in Windows 10, open the Command Prompt again and type powercfg.exe /hibernate off and press the Enter key. and finally, you will be ok with it.
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