You may be one of those loyal windows 7 users that have become addicted to the “hibernate” option in the shutdown tools bar, perhaps you missed that feature after upgrading to windows 8 or 10 and wish you could have it back. This tutorial will guide you on how to bring back the Hibernate button on your Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Hibernation keeps the status of your computer on your System’s hard drive instead of RAM then shuts down your system in a way that you could continue your work from where you stopped once you press the power button.
How to Enable Hibernate button on Windows 10 and 8
- Go to Control Panel (Press Windows + I for Windows 8)
- Click Power Options
- Click “Choose what the Power buttons do” from the list in the left hand.
- Click “change settings that are currently unavailable” towards the top of the screen.
- Scroll down to “Shut down settings”, click the radio button .beside Hibernate
- Click “Save changes” at the bottom of the screen.
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