How to hibernate in WinXP
Posted on: August 26, 2005, 4:38 PM PDT
Story: Vista's answer to PC power woes
To hibernate in Win XP, hold Shift and the "Suspend" button will change to "Hibernate".
You should reboot once a day, at least, turning off the PC or it will become a turtle.
Since I changed from TRS-DOS to DOS 2.1 I have known BILL GATES LEFT HIS UNIVERSITY BEFORE COMPLETING THE OPERATING SYSTEMS COURSE. Windows apps leaks memory, I suppose, and the multitasking environment is a joke. If you do not reboot daily, then your computer gets slower by the minute.
I have had Unix boxes running continously for four years. I have not been able to have a Windows machine that runs for a couple of days and that does not need a format once every two years. Well, my XP is holding, but I have to touch it with gloves if I install or unistall something and I am very careful when I have to shut it down. You also need a UPS if you want to keep Windows sane.
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