What is hibernation in Windows 7, why is it needed, why does it take several gigabytes on the hard drive, and how to disable it if necessary? Now I will give answers to these questions.
Hibernation is such a way to turn off the computer, in which all open programs, folders and documents are not closed, but saved on the hard disk and the next time you turn on the computer, we can continue to work almost instantly.
Hibernation is very similar to Sleep mode. When you put the computer into sleep mode, the computer also remembers all open applications and restores everything the next time it is turned on. But the minus of the Sleep mode is that if the electricity goes out, or we specially unplug the computer’s cord from the outlet, then all data will be lost. Continue reading