I only have a question. In my actual configuration last year I deleted hiberfile.sys and so the fast start up was gone.
Now, I'm installing a new Windows 10 in a completely new SSD and the AU version of OS.
I reinstalled it 3 times for different problem, but in each installation at the first (and incredible slow) opening, the size of just the OS was 52 GB.... I forgot hiberfil.sys and pagefile that with 64 GB of RAM are huge.
Now my question is:
Last time I delete hiberfil.sys and I move pagefile in a different disk (HDD) in a partition dedicates to scratch file, history (search) file, etc. but, with my RAM dimension, why Windows have to work on SSD instead of using the RAM to have the fast startup?
So, my mobo has UEFI, but if I don't like the idea to waste 40 GB or more on my system SSD drive, I cannot have fast startup.
Is there any way to move the hiberfil.sys file too in a different drive?
Thanks in advance