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  1.    10 Feb 2016 #70

    So if I reduce hibernate. It will shut down like it would be turned off but I will keep fast startup ? Hibernate is consuming at this moment 3 GB and I have 8 GB RAM. I have read that topic before but thought mine is reduced already.
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       10 Feb 2016 #71

    Correct. It's not set to reduced by default.
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  3.    10 Feb 2016 #72

    I reduced hibernate but unfortunately the shut down looks the same. Monitor + HDD are turning off and I have to wait another 3-4 seconds then it turns off completely. Fast startup is working of course fine.
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       10 Feb 2016 #73

    I don't think you're going to get better than those few seconds.

    As a test, create a shortcut using the command below, then use it to shutdown to see how it performs. It will immediately force running applications to close, and then performs a shutdown of the computer and prepares it for fast startup.

    shutdown /s /hybrid /f /t 0
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  5.    10 Feb 2016 #74

    Ok thank you very much. I did a test, when I unchecked the fast startup computer is shutting faster but not so much so I will leave it like that. But I have noticed another strange situation, yesterday when I went to my task manager > startup I saw that last bios time was 2,1 second. I said what ? It didn't look that. Today when I have turned off hibernate and turn it on again it's showing me times like 11-12 seconds over there. I'm a little confused because I thought on UEFI system will boot faster. Since I press start button it is 20-23 seconds to boot in Windows. I'm using Asrock Z77 Extreme4 Windows 8 Fast Boot Comparison, ASRock Wins!!! - YouTube on this video he is showing the same motherboard and boot time 5 sec. So I'm just curious is it smth wrong in bios or is it fake. I enabled Ultra Fast Boot, UEFI, GPT partition, SSD is Kingston V300.
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       10 Feb 2016 #75

    It may be something different for how each was measured for how fast.
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  7.    10 Feb 2016 #76

    Or people on all of this videos are showing clean system without antivirus etc. and only with SSD connected. I should probably unplug HDD but I'm too lazy to open the case . So I think that will be all. Thanks again.
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  8.    11 May 2016 #77

    Is having this on killing my SSD? I worry about the life cycle of an SSD. I'd say having it on maybe trims my boot by a few seconds - but is it worth it if it has the potential to seriously reduce the life of my SSD? Do others with SSD use it? I wonder why MS doesn't switch it off by default if the OS is installed on an SSD
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  9.    11 May 2016 #78

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    Is having this on killing my SSD? I worry about the life cycle of an SSD. I'd say having it on maybe trims my boot by a few seconds - but is it worth it if it has the potential to seriously reduce the life of my SSD? Do others with SSD use it? I wonder why MS doesn't switch it off by default if the OS is installed on an SSD
    I have two Windows 10 Pro computers, both with SSD's and I NEVER run Fast Startup. But ....its your choice weather you run it or not.
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       11 May 2016 #79

    Scottyboy99 said: View Post
    Is having this on killing my SSD? I worry about the life cycle of an SSD. I'd say having it on maybe trims my boot by a few seconds - but is it worth it if it has the potential to seriously reduce the life of my SSD? Do others with SSD use it? I wonder why MS doesn't switch it off by default if the OS is installed on an SSD
    It's more of a personal choice to have fast boot turned on or not, but with today's SSDs, you no longer really need to worry about the life cycle from reads and writes.
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