Hibernate is one of the alternative ways to increase the longevity of your system. Without switching off your system, you can use this mode by taking a snapshot of your hard drive.So, the chances of data lost become less before shutting down. Not only that but also it has the capability to fix the internal error by keeping the problematic apps disable for a certain time.
There are several ways to set up your system in the Hibernate mode. By using the Control Panel, you turn your system into hibernate mode. Besides this, if you use the registry editor, it will be the best approach to fix the Windows registry files through hibernate mode. Again, if you want to access through the Command Prompt, it is more effective.
Via Command Prompt
Press Windows key from the keyboard and open the Start menu. In the search box, type ”cmd” to find out the Command prompt easily. After that, you need to right-click on that app and click on “Run as Administrator”. While you are prompted by the User Account Control, then tap the “Continue” button to open the Command Prompt in Admin mode.
In the Command Prompt, type the command “ powercfg.exe /hibernate on” and press the Enter key to run it. Finally, close the Command Prompt window.
Using The Control Panel
Click on “Windows” key and open the Start menu. Now, type “Control” in the Search box and hit the Control Panel window. Then, navigate the “Power Options” from that window and tap on “Choose what the power button does” from the left pane of the window. After that, scroll down the keys at the bottom of the window and click on “Change settings that are currently unavailable” to enable it. Finally, click on the “Hibernate” checkbox to activate the Hibernate mode and click on “Save Changes” to apply the new changes and set your system in Hibernate mode if necessary.
From Windows Registry
A corruption of Windows registry file creates problem to restart your system in hibernate mode. However, it will fix the registry file failure issue as well as fix the Hibernate process efficiently.
Press Windows +R from the keyboard together to open the Run dialog box. In this box, type “regedit” in the text box and hit Enter to open the Registry Editor window. Here, expand the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” and choose the menu “CurrentControlSet” under “System” menu. Then, choose the sub-menu “Power” under “Control”. You will get another option Hibernate Enabled and click on that item to start the Hibernate enable the process. Finally, set the data value at 1 to fix Hibernate mode in your system. Then, tap OK to close the registry editor window.
Here, we have discussed the process of how to restart your system in a Hibernate mode in Windows 10. However, it will be beneficial for the non-tech savvy persons to handle the System hibernate mode issues quickly. Moreover, it makes easy to identify the disk partition as well as Windows register issues by locating the corrupted files. Again, it keeps disabling the problematic apps or recent apps to fix the significant system issues without facing any conflict.