At the end of every day do you still dutifully close every file and program window before shutting down your PC?
That s the standard way to handle things, but for quite a few versions of Windows, Microsoft also offered the ability to use Sleep and Hibernate modes instead of just a regular shut down.
In Windows 10, however, Microsoft decided not to include hibernate with the rest of the shut down options under Start Power by default.
The good news is it s easy to put the option back.
Hibernation is kind of a mix between a traditional shut down and sleep mode primarily designed for laptops.
When you tell your PC to hibernate, it saves the current state of your PC—open programs and documents—to your hard disk and then turns off your PC.