Windows 10: Where is Hibernate Solved

  1.    22 Feb 2016 #1

    Where is Hibernate


    Hibernation is turned on, as shown by the presence of the hiberfil.sys operating system file; however, I do not see the word "hibernation" when I right-click on Start and select "Shut down or sign out."

    Also, my APC UPS does not object to the absence of hibernate, which the APC software uses when the battery is getting low; the software notifies me if hibernation is not present. Hybrid Sleep is turned off in Power Options.

    If someone has an used "hibernation" I could add to the shutdown menu, I would appreciate receiving it; otherwise, instructions on how to get the word that is probably on my computer to appear would be acceptable.

    A few minutes later, I finally found, here, a tutorial that I understood,, and which worked.
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  2.   My ComputerSystem Spec


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       22 Feb 2016 #3

    In the search box, type power options > Enter .
    Left side, select Require a password on wakeup >click Select settings that are currently unavailable >scroll down to Shutdown settings > check the box Hibernate > click Save changes.

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    Hibernate option is now on the list at "Shut down or sign out."
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