- Go to Control Panel, select Hardware and Sound
- Select a Power Option, here we choose a power plan, select the desired, then click change settings.
- Here are some options, but there is no option for Hibernate, there is only Sleep. Therefore, select Change Advanced Power Settings
- On Change Advanced Power Settings, select the Sleep, and select Sleep After
- Change the configuration of the On Battery and Plugged In to never
- After that, still in the Sleep section, select the Hibernate After
- Same as step 5, just change the minutes as desired. For example the On Battery and Plugged In 15 minutes 30 minutes.
- Close the Control Panel
- Now try to let your computer or laptop on without doing anything until the time limit set
Sunday, July 29, 2012
How to Change the Sleep to Hibernate in Windows 7
By default, the choice of turning off the computer in windows 7 just Shutdown and Sleep. What if we want to replace Sleep with Hibernate? Here's how: