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I'll check the system performance later tonight and post the results.
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Check the Event viewer for any errors in logs.

 

 

This is just an FYI article on how Hibernate impacts PC not to tell you not to use it, just info do not use any links in article   http://blog.spamfigh...-windows-7.html

 

Also known to put a lot more writes on a drive and with a  SSD can shorten the life. Hibernation is more used for Laptops, battery reasons.Sleep might be more beneficial.

 

Some checks you can do  http://www.makeuseof...rnation-issues/


Edited by jds63, 10 October 2014 - 08:51 PM.

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Yeah, I will disable the hibernation feature and put it to sleep mode.
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Yeah, I will disable the hibernation feature and put it to sleep mode.

Well i am not forcing you to, but maybe by system configurations and other factors, hibernation is slowing your PC down. Could be something in Event viewer to tell you what errors are being caused.

Uses a lot of memory as saw in articles more beneficial to a battery powered device too, as sleep is, but this will require less. Unless concerned about electric bill.

 

By the way check back with article how to clear the "hibersys File" bring back space to the SSD.


Edited by jds63, 11 October 2014 - 02:24 PM.

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