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This is the way to permanently display the Hibernate button in the Shutdown menu. Contents of Hibernate.reg: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System\Shutdown] "ShowHibernateButton"=dword:00000001 Editing the registry may damage your system. Use at your own risk!
29 Nov 2006
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shows the hidden hibernate function on win xp
18 Dec 2006
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A guide showing the settings for hibernation by closing the notebook or pressing the power-button on a pc.
17 Dec 2006
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This video shows you how to put your computer in standby, shutdown, or hibernate when you press the power button or sleep button on your computer, or when you close the lid of your laptop.
24 Feb 2007
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HIbernate your pc instantly with this one-click shortcut
27 Feb 2007
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If you don't plan to use the 'hibernate' function in Windows XP, and can do with a little extra space on your hard disk, then you can disable system hibernation, which will free up disk space equal to your RAM.
5 Mar 2007
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How to Display the Hibernate Option on the Shut Down dialog ?
9 Mar 2007
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For some reason, Hibernate isn't available from the default Shut Down dialog. But you can enable it simply enough!... This works fine for me but if this doesnt work for you, first right click on desktop and go to properties, click on the screensaver tab then click on the hibenate tab.
29 Jun 2007
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Easiest method on the web. Download the small file, run, and restart...and you're done. This gives you a permanent 'Hibernate' button on your 'Turn Off Computer' menu, which I've found very difficult to find on the internet. I have simplified it greatly for those of you who frequently use the Hibernate feature, which is great if your laptop or desktop boots up slowly.
3 Aug 2008
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Change Stand By Option To Hibernate Windows Xp Tricks
20 Mar 2008
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P2150256-Bear's hibernation hole
17 Feb 2009
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P2150261-Bear's hibernation hole
17 Feb 2009
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Like Windows XP, Windows Vista can use hibernation to save battery life. Microsoft tells us that its new operating system does not need to shut down as often as Windows XP so it goes into Sleep mode instead. The hard disk and graphic card shut down but the system memory is still active and drawing power. Hibernation uses even less power and keeps files safe, so it is better for a desktop computer that is turned off at the wall. Read the full article at *******www****puteractive******/2222668
23 Dec 2009
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Hibernation is a clever trick designed to save battery life on notebook computers but it is also useful for desktops as well. When a computer hibernates, all the information in its memory is saved on a large file on the hard disk and the computer powers down. For a notebook this saves battery life, but for a desktop computer it reduces the amount of time needed to start up and shut down. Read the full text at *******www****puteractive******/2222662
22 Feb 2010
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Enjoy Hibernation Station in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. This luxury Pigeon Forge cabin rental features a private hot tub, bedside Jacuzzi, fireplaces, loft with pool table and is located minututes from the parkway in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg!
22 Feb 2010
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Hibernate mode was created so it would save the current state of your computer to your hard disk. The hibernate feature uses a lot of disk space. Here we'll show you how to disable it if you want to save disk space butterscotch****: *******
22 May 2010
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