Windows 10: Specify Hiberfile Type as Full or Reduced in Windows 10  

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  1.    03 Sep 2016 #20

    @Injust:

    Me too. I fixed. How?

    Code:
    POWERCFG /HIBERNATE /SIZE 0
    POWERCFG /HIBERNATE /TYPE REDUCED
    Keep in mind that the Reduced type only for fast startup. The source: MSDN Libraray.

    Personally, I haven't already been using the hibernate. I still use the sleep function. it's enough to me.
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  2.    13 Jan 2017 #21

    pureocean said: View Post
    @Injust:

    Me too. I fixed. How?

    Code:
    POWERCFG /HIBERNATE /SIZE 0
    POWERCFG /HIBERNATE /TYPE REDUCED
    Keep in mind that the Reduced type only for fast startup. The source: MSDN Libraray.

    Personally, I haven't already been using the hibernate. I still use the sleep function. it's enough to me.
    I don't use hibernate, never.
    I want only start up is this working? well?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  3. Posts : 20,832
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
    Thread Starter
       13 Jan 2017 #22

    Hello ameeralhindi,

    It depends on if you want to use Fast Startup or not as well.

    If not, then you could just disable hibernate.

    If yes, then you could set hibernate to reduced.
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