How to use hibernation to extend battery life on Windows 10

On Windows 10, hibernation is a power-saving feature that saves the content in memory onto the hard drive (inside the “Hiberfil.sys” hidden system file), allowing a complete shutdown of the device to extend battery life without losing your current work. The next time you resume, the previous session will load into memory, allowing you to pick up where you left off.

Although hibernation doesn’t resume as fast as sleep on Windows 10, the feature will come in handy when you aren’t using the device for an extended period when running out of battery, the laptop has a battery drain issue, or when you have to swap the battery (if you still have one of those devices).

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