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Windows laptop will not hibernate

Fix: Windows laptop will not Hibernate

There have been cases when users have found that their Windows laptop just will not hibernate. If you are facing this issue with your Windows 10/8/7 laptop, then you may try some of these troubleshooting steps. Windows laptop will not Hibernate […]

Windows Sleep Study Tool

Find what drains Device Battery with Windows Sleep Study Tool

Windows Sleep Study Tool is a new tool from Microsoft that helps you study what exactly is draining your battery power in a Windows 10/8.1 InstantGo supported computer. InstantGo, as we explained earlier, is a new power mode on select Windows 8/8.1/10 […]

InstantGo Power State in Windows 10/8.1

InstantGo in Windows 10/8.1, replaces the Connected Standby of Windows 8. The feature as we all know defined how a device could handle sleep mode since it allowed devices to run continually and keep alive the network connection even when […]

Sleep Mode not working in Windows 10/8.1/7

Many times, we need to put our Windows computer into the Sleep Mode, so that we can instantly wake and use it when we need it, without losing the time required for booting it. But sometimes, Windows will not Sleep.  If Windows […]

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Different System Sleep States in Windows 10/8

When a computer is in a Sleep state, it is not performing any task and may appear to be off. But it is not shut down but retains the memory state. S0,  S1, S2, S3, and S4 are the four power states, of which S1, […]

Fix: Hibernate shuts down computer running Windows PC

I came across a client machine where, whenever he Hibernated the computer, it ends up in shutting down the machine. What used to happen was that he first used the Hibernate option. Then while switching back on, the computer would get stuck on the start-up […]

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Automatically adjust your PC Power Plans with Boray POWer

Many a times, situation arise where you have to work on multiple applications at the same time and therefore they demand maximum performance from your system. Most users under such situations would switch to power plans manually from the system tray. […]