They Hibernate your computer, surely noticed that in Windows 8 and Windows 10 the Hibernate option is not listed in the menu “on/off” of your computer.
The “Hibernate” is different from “suspend” option, allowing you to save more battery.
In practice, Windows saves the current state of Windows (including open programs and data) on the hard disk, reloading these same files when booting Windows again.
Suspend mode, the computer reduces power consumption, but maintains the current state of Windows loaded into RAM, being faster to boot. So, how can we enable hibernation in Windows 8 and 10?
How to enable hibernation in Windows 8 and 10
First, start by pressing the shortcut keys CTRL + SHIFT + ESC to start Task Manager. Go to the “file” menu (or file)-new task.
In the dialog box that appears, type powercfg.cpl in order to access the Windows power options.
In the left menu select the option “Choose what do the buttons on/off”.
Now, go to the option “change settings that are currently unavailable”. At the end of the page, select the option to “Hibernate” and save your changes.