Contribution d'origine par : bill ,
1st-hybernation is mostly misunderstood and mostly not needed especially with an SSD. What Hibernation does is to save your RAM so that windows does not have to reload everything on startup.. It just reads the hyber file into RAM and you are up. If you shut down your open apps before shutdown and do not hibernate, rebooting is very fast with an SSD. Hibernating just consumes write bytes and shortens the life of your SSD. If you do not close your apps, sleep is a better option assuming your battery is good enough to hold up during any power failure. Ram isn’t written to SSD and therefore does not eat up life of the SSD.