In Windows 11, by default the Hibernate feature is not activated, because this feature tends to be used less often by users, why? because this feature is only an alternative to shutdown and sleep and save all system memory to the drive with files hiberfil.sys which sometimes will swell and fill the device storage.
To be stored for a long time, users are recommended to use the features shutdown, whereas if you want to keep it for a short time, sleep more recommended, with that hibernate so it tends to be a half feature.
Then can we activate Hibernate in Windows 11?, if you really want to use this feature to replace Shutdown or Sleep?, of course you can guys, and the method is the same as we usually do in Windows 10 and below.
Here WinPoin summarizes the short steps.
How to Enable Hibernate in Windows 11
Step 1. First, please open Windows Terminal as Administrator (you can right click Start > Terminal as Admin).
Step 2. Then in the Windows Terminal that has been opened, please enter the following command:
powercfg /hibernate on
Click enter and automatically Hibernate has been activated and you can use it and add it to your shutdown settings > on the Control Panel menu.
It is located in Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Power Options > Choose what the power button does > Change Settings that are currently unavailable > Enable the Hibernate option.
So, hopefully this article is useful guys, thank you.
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