Auto Hibernate Option in Windows® 7
There are different power saving options that are included with Windows 7 computers to enable you to conserve power by reducing consumption of power by the different devices on your computer. The Hibernate mode is one such power saving feature for computers. In the Hibernate mode, the current state of your system is saved to the hard disk, and the computer shuts down. The user will have to power the computer to restore the previous settings. As the computer resumes from Hibernate mode, it reads the saved settings from the disk and restores the system state as it was before it entered Hibernate mode.
- Power Saving
- Work Restoration
- Tips to Put Auto Hibernate Mode
You can put your Windows 7 based laptop into auto hibernate mode to save power. When your laptop is left idle for long time when you are not around, you will lose a lot of your battery if you are not connected to the power. With the auto hibernate mode; you can set your laptop to automatically go to hibernate mode, after a preset idle time. This will let you save a lot of power and you don't need to worry leaving your desk with your laptop on.
When your laptops goes to an auto hibernate mode, it keeps the record of your work or the applications that you were making use of. As the system comes back from the hibernate mode, it restores the previous session within few minutes. The auto hibernate mode lets you to save your work without any issues like your battery running out power and getting switched off when you are not in your desk. By the auto hibernate mode, you can easily restore the applications and that will be running again from the same place where it was left.
You can easily put your laptop to auto hibernate mode, it is very simple process and you can do it on your own. For this you can navigate to the start and type in "Sleep" in the search box and press the "Enter" key. This will make the Windows 7 open a new window that contains the sleep settings, you can click on the "Put the computer to sleep" drop-down menu and also choose how long your computer must sit idle before Windows 7 initializes the sleep mode. Then, you can click on the 'Save changes' button at the bottom to apply the settings.
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