Saturday, November 10, 2012

HTG Explains: Should You Shut Down, Sleep, or Hibernate Your Laptop?


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via How-To Geek by Chris Hoffman on 11/10/12


Computers can sleep, hibernate, or shut down. Sleep allows you to quickly resume using your laptop at the cost of some electricity. Hibernate is like shutting down your computer, but you can still resume working where you left off.

There's no right answer in all situations. Some people leave their computers running 24/7, while others shut down computers the moment they step away. Each of these options has its advantages and disadvantages.

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