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Go green & use hibernate instead.
Well, actually a lot also depends upon what is the duration of you not using the system between breaks. Hibernate anyways is quicker than a normal boot process. I would highly recommend hibernate.
Sleep - is a combination of stand by and hibernate. Be default most of the newer system will write the memory info into hibernation file & put your system to stand by mode. After certain period say 2-3 hours your system will go into hibernate mode. (these are standard settings & unless you keep coming back in 15-20 mins you should use hibernate & contribute towards environment too)
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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