After making Internet Explorer faster, its time to speed up your PC startup.Everyone like his/her PC to start quicker, but even after putting thousands of MB RAM PCs starts very slow. One of the best solution to start your PC quicker is to use Hibernation option. Many people keeps there PC in Standby mode, but the Standby mode eats up lots of power supply. Where as if your PC is in Hibernation mode, ZERO Power is needed. But PC starts much quicker.
Actually in Hibernation, Our OS (Windows) stores all the data of RAM into HDD, and when ever we start our PC (From Hibernation) it just restores all data into RAM, so no need of loading each program in memory, results in quicker start up.
Here are the steps to enable the Hibernation in Windows XP
1. Right click on Desktop , Select properties
2. Then go to Screensaver Tab
3. Click on power button (new window will pop up named “Power options property“)
4. Select Hibernate Tab
5. Check “Enable Hibernation” (If unchecked)
6. Then keep clicking OK’s
To Hibernate the PC just Go o normal ShutDown menu and press SHIFT button, then the StandBy will turn into “Hibernate” Click on it . DONE 🙂