On your Windows 10 PC, you get the power button at the lower part of the start menu. When you click on this power button you find Hibernate missing. You know Hibernate is a power saving state that eats the minimum amount of electricity. At another side, it is also a time-saving utility since while you hibernate your system, the files and folders you are running on your PC are kept safe in the identical position on your RAM and you get it in the same state after you boot. In these circumstances, you might need Hibernate button working.
So in this Windows 10 tips, we are going to discuss How to Enable Hibernate on Power Button in Windows 10 PC in 5 Steps. Alternatively, you can also enable the hibernate using the command prompt. Let us follow:
How to Enable Hibernate on Power Button in Windows 10
Step 1 – Right click on Start icon on the taskbar on the desktop and select Power options.
Step 2 – On the Power & sleep settings pane, select Additional power settings.
Step 3 – Click on the link What the Power Buttons do on the right menu on the right side of Window.
Step 4 – System Settings window prompts. Since you can do this only when you are login your computer with administrator username and password. So you get the options below are grayed out. Here first, you need to click a link which will prove that you are the administrator of the PC. In the upper part of this window click this link
Change Settings that are currently unavailable
Step 5 – Scroll down on this window. Go to Shutdown Settings and check the box Hibernate.
Step 6 – Click on Save Changes.
Alternative – Another Path to Add Hibernate
1. Write Control Panel in Start menu search bar.
2. Click Control Panel at the uppermost portion of Start Menu.
3. Press Power Options.
4. Now follow the step written above.
Command to Hibernate Windows 10 system instantly
This command will hibernate Windows 10 PC expeditiously after running. So don’t be panic. After the system hibernates completely, Press the start button and your PC will start. Press Window button and R jointly on your PC. A run box is launched. Copy the command from below and paste in the box.
After you enable the Start Menu on your Windows 10 it will look like the below screenshot
This option is at the second position in the drop-down.