Switch Windows XP to hibernation mode

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I saw an article, "Hibernation is an outstanding property of Windows. When user switches Windows to the Hibernation mode, it copies the data of RAM to the hard disk and switches off the power supply and whenever the user switches to the general mode, all the data from the hard disk gets reloaded on RAM. It’s an extremely efficient way to keep the computer system on without consuming electricity." 

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Switch Windows XP to hibernation mode

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To switch computer to hibernation mode go to Start and then Control panel. Then select Performance and Maintenance. Under Performance and Maintenance select Power options. Then select Hibernate and click Enable hibernation. Then you will be able to set same as for stand by option, after how much time your PC would hibernate.

If by any chance Hibernate didn't appear in your Turn off tab, you should only hold Shift key and Stand by option will change to Hibernate and then you should click on that. Don't forget when you start all this to sign in as Administrator to be able to make such changes.

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Switch Windows XP to hibernation mode

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Follow this simple steps:

  • Go to control Panel.
  • Open the 'Power Settings'.
  • Choose the option 'What the Power Buttons Do'.
  • Enable Hibernation.

Now enjoy hibernation with Windows.

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