Hibernate Windows 8.

Hibernate Windows 8.

Now let's see how hibernate Windows 8. Go to the Start Screen in Windows and look for the "Energy".
Then select "Settings" from the sidebar on the right to narrow your search to the control panel and click on the "Change the behavior of the power buttons."
In the window that opens, click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable" to make editable options are also locked for security reasons and scroll the page down.
Finally, check the "Hibernate" and click "Save Changes" to save the settings.
At this point you can hibernate Windows 8 simply calling the menu system shutdown.


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