Enabling Hibernate In Windows 8
What is Hibernate?
Before Moving Forward let us have a Short Explaination About What Hibernate actually is.
Hibernation is 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.
Of all the power-saving states in Windows, hibernation uses the least amount of power.
Steps To Enable Hibernate
1. Press Win + W key ie: Windows key and “W” key to open up Setting search menu. Then Type “Power” , Windows will Show you Few Results, You have to Click on “Power Option”
2. Now From the Left Pane, Click on Choose What the Power Button do.
3. Then on Next Screen Click on Change Settings that are currently Unavailable.
4. Now Scroll Down to “Shutdown Settings” Section, and Check Hibernate box to Enable it and Click on Save Changes.