How to Enable Hibernate in Windows 8.1 O.S


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Hibernate is the
finest feature which was firstly introduced in
Windows XP long back. Many of them use
this feature on your Windows XP, Windows
7. This hibernate option helps you to save
all your work as it was earlier even
though you turn off the System. And when
you Switch on your system, you can find the
same screens and you can access everything
back. This hibernate just pauses your
system work and resume when you turn on
When you Shutdown or Restart your PC , all
the program and files get closed first and
when you start it again, you need to open it
again. But in Hibernate mode, while turning
off your system, all your programs and files
are active, and are in the memory . So when
you start your system from Hibernate
mode, your all program remain active and
paused and can be resumed when you
switch on back. This Hibernation enables the
RAM contents to be copied to the hard disk.
When you restart your system, the memory
content is reloaded same like it was running
before the process of shutdown.
Here is a way for the users of Windows 8.1
to Activate this enable hibernate option that
has been mentioned below. You just need
to follow the below steps to enable it.
Down at the corner at notification tray, you
can see a “battery” icon. Click on the Battery
icon and that will show some options.
that pop-up, Select the option “
This Process is for Laptops. But if you want
to enable this for a Personal Computer,
open the
After checking into “ ” all you
need is to Click on the option “
” as shown in the
image below.
Now in “ s” menu, Click the
option “
After scrolling the page down, You will be
led towards the Settings Page where you can
activate the option . Check the
box before “ ”, you need to
click “ ” at the bottom of the
Click on the Settings option that will open
some menus before you.
Here, in Power menu you will find the
“ ” option that shows you have
successfully activated it in Windows 8.1.