Difference between Shutdown, Hibernate, Restart, Stand by and Sleep 

Difference between Shutdown, Hibernate, Restart, Stand by and Sleep

 1. Shut down

This button is probably the most frequently used by computer users, meaning it is deadly. This means turning off all the components in the computer as a whole, such as RAM, Hard Drive, Processor and others, are disabled because the electricity is cut off. When the computer is turned on again it will take a long time because when Shut down RAM will be emptied, the Computer will load all operating systems when it is turned on again. Sutdown is suitable if you are not going to use the computer for a long time.

2. Hibernate

Hibernate is almost similar to Shutdown which is turning off the computer as a whole the difference in hibernate before the computer is turned off the contents of memory or RAM copied to the hard drive first so that when the computer is turned on it does not take too long because the contents of RAM are already on the hard drive and will be taken back. Computer configuration will be saved so when you open the application before hibernating when the computer is turned on the application is also open (still there). Suitable for use if you want to leave the computer for a long time then intend to use it again later.

3. Restart

The explanation is quite simple, that is, if you choose this button then the computer will be shut down (Shutdown) then turned on again. DarkModGames

4. Stand By

In this condition the computer is not turned off completely, indeed all computer components are turned off or disconnected except memory (RAM) stand-by mode can be said to save energy because only RAM requires electricity. To revive it can be done instantly because it is much faster than Shutdown and Hibernate because the contents of RAM are still maintained, when turning on the configuration computer or the application that is running still exists. Suitable for use if you want to leave the computer in a short time because Stand By is the same as Pause when you play the Game.

5. Sleep

The computer will fall asleep when you use the Sleep button, Windows will store all activities in RAM and run with very little Power and can be turned on in just a few seconds. Sleep can run if there is still battery and if the battery will run out then the computer will wake up and enter Hibernate copy all RAM activities into the hard drive.

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