Do you know about the power option ‘Hibernate‘ in Windows, its advantages over others? Well, here’s the comparative study of the different advantages of power options of Windows regarding different circumstances. Here, we’re going to dive into the lesser-known power options along with the well-versed ones.
Shutdown – Well, it’s known to all. It closes all the apps running in the PC and turns it off. Obviously, it’s clear that the PC doesn’t consume any power while in shutting down.
Sleep – It’s a popular power option for the users frequently using PC in short time duration. During sleep, the PC stays awake but uses lesser power. Clearly, it doesn’t turn off the PC. So, you’re instantly back to where you left it off when you turn it on.
Hibernate – Now, it’s a power option very few people know and use. Unlike Shutdown, it doesn’t close all the apps but turns the PC off completely. When It’s turned on again you are back exactly where you left it off. It’s noteworthy that the PC doesn’t consume power during hibernation.
It has a prominent advantage over others. Say, you have some incomplete works tonight, to be completed the very next day in your laptop. The best option, in this case, is to hibernate, as side by side, it doesn’t consume battery power. But if you keep it in sleep, it’ll deliberately gulp up more power.
If you can’t find it in your power options, just follow the steps given below
And you are done!! Now you can find the Hibernate option in Power Options.
Restart – Well, as the name says, it closes up all the apps and turns it on again. Primarily to install updates, the PC needs to be restarted. However, the PC can be refreshed up by restarting it manually.