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LukeMcD

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Hi, I like to put my PC into hibernate but there's one problem: even though I don't have a password when I turn my PC back on from hibernating I am still presented with a login screen to click my user account to access the desktop. Is there a way to bypass this so that I go straight to the desktop?

And how can I create a short cut to hibernate?

Thanks!
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first don't bump your topic...people see there are reply's to your topic and don't bother looking because they think you are already getting helped...
How to create shortcut for hibernate.

Right Click on your Desktop, go to... New...shortcut

to create shortcut copy the command given below.


rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll, SetSuspendState

Click next and then finish
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