Tip: Add Hibernate Option to the Start Menu in Windows 10
If you want to save as much power as you can when using your computer you might want to consider using the Hibernate option. Hibernate option isn’t enabled on Windows 10 by default but that doesn’t mean that there’s no way to add hibernate option to the Start Menu in Windows 10.
Most desktop computers come with Sleep option enabled by default. Using the sleep option you can turn off most of your computer hardware and store your current information on your RAM. While using Sleep mode your computer will still use some power although a lot less, so it’s good to use Sleep option if you’re going to be away from your computer for short period of time. One advantage of sleep mode is that it “wakes up” from Sleep mode in just a matter of seconds, so you can easily continue where you left off.
Add Hibernate Option to the Start Menu in Windows 10
As for the Hibernate option it works on a similar way, but it stores your open documents and running applications on your hard drive and shuts down your computer. In a Hibernate mode your computer uses zero electrical power, so it’s good to use this option if you’re going to be away for a while and you want to continue where you left off when you get back. Only downside of Hibernation mode is that it takes a bit more to start compared to Sleep mode.
Let’s see how to enable Hibernation mode on Windows 10:
- Open Control Panel and navigate to Hardware and Sound > Power Options.
- Click Choose what the power buttons do.
- Next click the Change Settings that are currently unavailable link. This will allow you to change shutdown options.
- Check the Hibernate (Show in Power menu).
- Click on Save changes and that’s it.
Now you should have Hibernate option available in the Start Menu. If you have any comments, or questions, just reach for the comments below.
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