Ever wondered why the hibernate option on the power menu is missing? I recently just discovered this myself.
Many users of windows 8/8.1 and 10 don’t know that Hibernation Option is accessible in Windows 8/8.1 and 10 on the grounds that the choice is hidden. The power option only contains Sleep, Shutdown and Restart options only as shown in the screenshot below(that is because the hibernate option has not been checked yet from the settings):
The Hibernate Option can be added back to power menu. To recover the missing hibernate choice in Windows 8/8.1 and 10, simply take after the straightforward steps underneath:
1a. Windows 8 and 8.1 users. Press Windows + W key to open the settings search menu. Then search for Power Options and select.
b. Windows 10 users. Locate Search the web and Windows under system tray. Use it to search for Power Options and select.
2. At the left side, click on Choose what the power buttons do option, and a dialogue box would appear, then select Change settings that are currently unavailable option.
3. Now, scroll down to the Shutdown Settings and you’ll notice that “Hibernate” option is unchecked.
4. Check Hibernate box, then apply Save Changes.
Complete these steps and the hibernate option would appear, you can thank me later.
I hope this helps, be sure to share and comment.