ToolWiz BHORM: Maintain Windows Hibernate state forever

ToolWiz BHORM is a freeware from the makers of ToolWiz TimeFreeze, that lets you maintain the Hibernate state of your Windows operating system, forever. In the Windows hibernation state, users can close the lid of their laptop, effectively switching off the power supply, and maintaining the state of Windows, so that the next time when you start your computer, it will continue from the last state, quickly.

ToolWiz BHORM

ToolWiz BHORM

You can only hibernate Windows once. Once you start the computer again, that hibernate state disappears. ToolWiz BHORM can make the system hibernate one time and then keep this particular hibernate state forever. You may close down the computer at other times or shut down the power supply, when you start your Windows, it will start from this particular hibernate state only.

ToolWiz BHorm is a simple implementation for Hibernation Once and Resume Many Time function. It will let you enter or exit the Hibernation Once and Resume Many mode with a single click. You can simply reboot your system and it will return to the same hibernate image over and over again for ever. You thus have to realize that all the changes made in the system volume will be lost after you reboot your system.

In effect, what this software does is that it creates a snapshot of the hiberfil.sys file and locks it. Thus your hiberfil.sys will remain in the same state forever.

I recommend that you use this free software only if you know what you are doing, as it will take over the Master Boot Record or MBR of your system while installing. It will of course be restored should you decide to uninstall this software.

You can download ToolWiz BHORM from its home page.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

4 Comments

  1. Arun Kumar

    “You thus have to realize that all the changes made in the system volume will be lost after you reboot your system.”

    I really fail to understand the concept behind this program. Earlier I thought it could be used to save on loading startup programs thus saving some time on boot every time. But then, your statement that changes to system volume will be lost is also true. Who would want this software and why?!

    But their Toolwiz care is pretty good. I’ve been using it for past few days. Shows data abt mem, cpu, upload, download and even cpu temp; offers a single click clean junk, registry and defrag. And it creates a system restore point before cleaning registry, something that I asked CCleaner people who are yet to respond.

  2. Guest

    Arun Kumar, this could be useful for library, school, kiosk, public computer, etc… so they wouldn’t have to worry about any changes being made because it’ll always go back to pristine state.

  3. Arun Kumar

    Thank you, for taking time to explain. Yes, it is a good option for where people randomly change/remove/add different things to the operating system. 🙂

  4. sd

    Hi Arun Kumar, I was thinking the same as you are, but then realized that you can add exceptions when using the program, which will make it more cotrolled environment for testing out software

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