Friday, 19 February 2016

A tip on that 'fast startup' option on your #Windows 10 computer.

"Fast startup is sort of like shutdown light -- when fast startup is enabled, Windows will save some of your computer's system files to a hibernation file upon shutdown (or rather, "shutdown"). Then, when you turn your computer back on, Windows will use these saved files to boot up quicker -- basically, booting from hibernate instead of from scratch.
For obvious reasons, fast startup only works if you have hibernate enabled (learn how to enable/disable hibernate here). Also, fast startup only affects shutdowns, not restarts."

Read the full story here: http://www.cnet.com/au/how-to/what-is-windows-10s-fast-startup/