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Many people use the Hibernate option so that they can resume all the work very quickly. However, if the Hibernate option is missing or unavailable in the System Settings window in Control Panel, you can get it back with the help of this guide. You will have to make use of the Command Prompt to get the job done with ease.
Hibernate mode puts your PC into a low power state that allows a shutdown without losing any of your work. Apps stay open and when you turn your computer on again you are back to where you left off. It uses less power than Sleep mode. It is a good choice if you know you won’t be using your PC for an extended period of time. However, the Hibernate option is missing from the Power button and other power areas on Windows 11. Here’s how to enable it.
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Windows 11 lets you put your system to sleep, or hibernate it. Older versions of Windows had these same two options. You can choose to hide both the Sleep and Hibernate option on the power button menu from the Power Plan settings on Windows 11.
This troubleshooting guide will work on Windows 11, operating systems (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) and desktops, laptops, tables and computers manufactured by the following brands: Asus, Dell, HP, MSI, Alienware, MSI, Toshiba, Acer, Lenovo, razer, huawei, dynabook , vaio, surface among others.
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