How to add Hibernate to the Start Menu on Windows 10?

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By default, on Windows 10, under power management, you have the following options: Sign out, Sleep, Shut Down, and Restart. The Hibernate option may be missing under the power button menu inside the Start menu. Hibernate is a useful option. Instead of the shutdown command, we can use the hibernation mode in Windows 10, which is very useful and time-saving as you don’t have to close your open documents and apps before powering off the system. If you put your PC or laptop under hibernation, you can resume your work the next time exactly where you stopped.

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One can Enable or Disable Hibernate in Windows 10/8 using the command prompt.

If your PC or laptop hibernate option is missing under the power button in the Start menu, this post will be useful for you.

How to add Hibernate to the Start Menu on Windows 10?

Step 1. Open the Control Panel (To launch the Control Panel under Windows 10, click on the Start button and type Control Panel. Click on the Control Panel app from the available search results.).

Step 2. Under Control Panel, click on the Hardware and Sound option.

Step 3. Click the link Change what the power buttons do.

Step 4. Click the link Change Settings that are currently unavailable.

Now, the Shutdown options will be editable.

Step 5. Check the option Hibernate under the Shutdown settings section.

Step 6. Finally, click on the Save Changes button to enable the Hibernate option in Start Menu on Windows 10.

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