Hibernation doesn't use up electricity. All memory is stored in the Hibernation file so the computer can be shut down and then resumed when turned back on.If I'm not going to use a Computer for any length of time i turn it off, no chance of any corruption and I'm not wasting electricity ... that i pay for .
erm now you lost meWhy not?
Is Hibernation not turned on by default?
It is now. So many things in Ctrl Panel will not open I am wondering about a 2nd installation.
We did not have all this trouble with W 3.1 or progressing through to XP. Vista was hopeless for me that is why I wanted W 7.
Thank you for your interest
If I put my computer in "Sleep" or allow it to go into Hibernation, the next time I wake it I lose features. Some how it doesn't power up right. Aero, audio, screen saver and other options are lost until I do a restart.
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