Windows 7, 8.1 & 10- Add Hibernate To Power Menu



Sometimes you want to close and keep all running programs. You do not want to lose your location and have to open each program or save each open file.

It used to be that you could hibernate your system. However, if you go to the power button in Windows, there are no sleep options available.

This is a quick 2-minute tutorial for adding hibernation to the power button menu.

Please also follow these Windows 10 instructions. If you go to the control panel, the same options…

4 Replies to “Windows 7, 8.1 & 10- Add Hibernate To Power Menu”

  1. Thank you very much for putting this Video out there. There are VERY FEW "How To" Video's on YouTube that are very explanatory and very simple – like this Video. Thank you!!

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