Today in this guide you are going to learn how to enable Hibernate option on your PC running on Windows 10. Hibernate is a feature which is available in Windows 10.
Hibernate can be taken as a state which shuts down your PC automatically when it is not in use, in order to reduce power consumption. When the PC is turned on again, it restores all the files, programs and brings it to the same state as it was before hibernating. So, it keeps everything intact but avoids unnecessary power consumption during the idle state.
Hibernate is very similar to sleep. But it differs from the sleep by the advance feature it provides. When your PC is not in use, Hibernate moves all your open files and programs to Hard disk, instead of saving it in the RAM. Thus your PC will completely Shut down and will consume zero power.
Generally, people want to enable Hibernate in their PC because of its feature of restoring all the data when the PC is turned on again. If you don’t want to open all the apps and files all again after every restart, you can live your PC in Hibernate mode and you will find all your apps and files running as soon as you restart the PC.
If you are looking to enable Hibernate option in your Windows 10 PC, then follow the below-given method.
Enable Hibernate Option in Windows 10
Step 1: Open Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound and then click on Power Options.
Step 2: Now select Choose what the power buttons do option from the left side of the screen.
Step 3: Now select the option Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Step 4: Now in Shutdown Settings, blue tick the box Hibernate – Show in Power Menu.
Step 5: Once all done, click on Save Changes.
Step 6: Now Hibernate option is available in the Power menu on Start or Win + X menu.
That’s all you need to do! By following the above given simple and easy steps you will be able to enable Hibernate option in Windows 10 PC. If you have any doubts or suggestions do let us know in the comments.