Are you a Windows 10 user, or new to this innovative operating system? Maybe you have spent some hours or days working on a project that will also take more hours or days to complete, and you don’t want to close it because doing so, might end the process altogether. Or maybe you have an important information opened on several taps, you don’t want to copy, save and close them, or were playing an exciting game that has gotten to a certain level, and you have something else offline to attend to, and you don’t want to close the game. You want it to be the way they are so you can start from where you stop whenever you are back. Hibernating your computer can save you from all these hassle. But what if you scroll to your start or window menu, and you didn’t find the Hibernate button? Well, don’t worry we have you covered.
Hibernating your computer can save you from all these hassle. But what if you scroll to the start or window menu, and you didn’t find the Hibernate button? Well, don’t worry we have you covered.
I once faced this too when I newly changed to Windows 10, so I struggled with the power settings and options, and I finally tumble on the right place where anyone including you can enable the hibernate button such that it can show or listed along other options when clicking the power button.
Enjoy How To Add Hibernate On The Start Menu In Windows 1O – Step-by-step Below:
On your computer screen, click on the window sign or the start menu. All the available taps will pop up just like what is on the image below, click on setting to go to the next step.
After that, click on system “display, notifications, apps, power” as seen blow:
Click “power & sleep” to bring out other options.
You might need to scroll down to be able to locate the related settings, once there click on “Additional power settings.”
Check the left side of your computer screen to find the control panel home, click on “Choose what the power buttons do” to be able to see available settings.
To make all the setting editable, click on “change settings that are currently unavailable”.
Then scroll down to shutdown settings and tick “Hibernate” so as to show along other settings and finally, click on save changes.
Congrats! You have just added the Hibernate option to your new window 10 power menu. Enjoy.
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