If you are a laptop user, you probably know about the three power savings mode in Windows computers; Sleep, Hibernate, and Shut Down.
Sleep: A power-saving mode that enables your laptop to quickly resume full-power function (usually in a matter of seconds) when you resume working again. It is a great way to save on battery power without shutting down your computer when you have to stop working on it but will resume shortly afterward.
Sleep mode saves power as it puts your current work in memory and draws a small amount of power (just enough to keep the work suspended) so that when you resume working again you will find all your opened files, folders, settings, and application still open; and you can resume right where you left off.
Hibernate: While Sleep Mode puts all your work and settings in the memory and draws just enough power to keep them there. Hibernation mode puts all your opened files, folders, settings, and application to your hard disk and then puts your laptop into an extremely low power consumption mode. You save more battery power by putting your laptop …read more
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