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Is there an easy way to get my computer to hibernate?

Bill4728

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We have a laptop and I like it to hibernate instead of going on stand by. Is there an easy way to get my computer to hibernate with XP for home?

Now I have to ctr+alt+delete to get to task manager then go to shut down then hibernate. At work my XP pro has it as an option when I go to shut down but not at home.


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Go to Control Panel/Display/Screen Saver & click the Monitor Power button. You'll see the Standby & Hibernation settings.

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