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    Plony Belt Feb 11, 2014

    Is it possible to place a shortcut on the desktop in windows 8 to hibernate my PC and how to wake it up again?

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Do you really need it? A mouse right-click in the bottom-left corner will open you menu, choose 'shut-down' -> 'sleep' or 'hibernate' - if enabled. In the 'power' advanced menu you'll find how your PC will behave in different states under different button's push.

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http://www.intowindows.com/create-a-hotkey-keyboard-shortcut-to-hibernate-windows-7/

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Create Desktop Shutdown/Lock/Restart/Hibernate Shortcut Icons In Vista


1. Right click an empty area of your Desktop
2. Select New>> Shortcut
3. In the text box titled: "Type the location of the item:" Enter the Command for the particular shortcut you would like to create. I've listed all of the commands below that activate their respective shortcut:
Hibernate rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll,SetSuspendState
Lock Rundll32.exe User32.dll,LockWorkStation
Restart Shutdown.exe -r -t 00
Shutdown Shutdown.exe -s -t 00
Sleep rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState Sleep
4. Once you've entered the command, click "Next"
5. Vista will now ask you what you would like to name your shortcut. I've always just given it the name of its function (EG: Shutdown or Shutdown System).
6. Once you have named you shortcut, click "Finish". Your new shortcut will now reside on your Desktop. Simply double click the icon to activate the command.


Note: If you do not like the look of the "default" icon that Vista has given it, you can change the icon to a different one. Here's how:

1. Right click the shortcut icon
2. Select Properties
3. The shortcut properties window will now be displayed. Click the "Change Icon" button.
4. The "Change Icon" window will now appear. Here, you can select from the many available system icons. Click the icon that you would like to use as your shortcut icon and then click OK.

Your Desktop shortcut icon will now revert to the selected system icon.

That's it! Have fun!

on Oct 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Create Shortcut for Shutdown / Hibernate / Restart


Right Click on the desktop
Goto New
click on Shortcut
Type location of the Item as "shutdown -s -t 5" Without quotes
Here Shutdown -s is the command to shutdown the computer and -t shows you the time in seconds before shutdown

Similarly you can create shortcuts for Restart by replacing the -s with -r and for hibernate simply replace it with a -h

note: you can change the delay timer as per your need


ENJOY !!!!

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How to turn off HIbernate


Hello
try this
How to disable and re enable hibernation on computer that is running...

click on the second blue hat fella holding the wrench labeled
Disable hibernation in windows

check out the video

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I lost power in the middle of system restore need manual key shortcut to reset to factory for windows 8


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Sir pl tl me that whch antivirus is suitable for window 8


Windows 8 includes an automatically loaded updated version of Windows Defender
which is a full antivirus based on Microsoft Security Essentials.
(Windows Defender
for XP, Vista, and Windows 7 was only antispyware.)
So if you upgrade the protection
is automatic and is on by default at installation.

Windows Defender and Windows SmartScreen fight viruses and other malware
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/windows-defender#1TC=t1

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http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/6862-windows-defender-create-shortcut-windows-8-a.html

How to Add a "Windows Defender" Cascading Desktop Context Menu in Windows 8
http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/8450-windows-defender-cascading-desktop-context-menu-create-windows-8-a.html

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Need to know what operating system. Vista and windows 7&8 all done from control panel under power options. Then change settings you can also hit change advanced options under sleep is hibernate option. Hope that helps if different operating system let me know.

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Desktop shortcuts for shutdown, standby & hibernate


Win + Right Arrow + Enter Sleep Mode Win + Right Arrow (x3) + Enter Shut Down Win + Right Arrow (x3) + U Shut Down Win + Right Arrow (x3) + R Restart Win + Right Arrow (x3) + W Switch User
That is for vista. Is this what you need?
From http://lifehacker.com/282341/shutdown-restart-and-sleep-vista-from-the-keyboard

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Notebook utilities


If you are using Windows XP then go to Screen Saver tab of Display properties. There you can turn on hiberation under the Power Setting command.
The shortcut to it is when you click "turn power off' and you get Standby, turn off and Restart buttons. Now press the shift key, the standby button will change to Hibernate.

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