How to Perform a Complete Shutdown in Windows 8

In Windows 8, shut down the computer, really you are making a hybrid stop by default. What is a closing of hybrid? As you’ve probably heard, Windows 8 boot much faster than Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows.

This is due to the way in which shuts off. Rather than perform a boot cold that everything has to be loaded, i.e., the core of the operating system, applications, etc., Windows 8 performs a partial hibernation in which the Kernel session and device drivers saved on the disk. When Windows 8 start, loads of the hibernation file, which makes much faster boot time.

How to Perform a Complete Shutdown in Windows 8

In earlier versions of Windows, the hibernation file was much larger, because in addition to the kernel and device drivers, all application data is also stored in the file. Now that the file is smaller, load times are better.

This outstanding is called quick start in Windows 8, and is enabled by default. You can check this by going to power options in the Control Panel and then click on choose what the power button on the left pane.

 

How to Perform a Complete Shutdown in Windows 8

 

How to Perform a Complete Shutdown in Windows 8

Scroll down and you should see a box that says back to the quick start (recommended). Please note that if you don’t turn the Quick Launch box appears on all, is because Hibernate mode is not enabled. To enable hibernation on Windows 8, open an elevated command prompt and type in the following line:

powercfg / hibernate on

 

How to Perform a Complete Shutdown in Windows 8

Now when you go to power options, you will see the box is visible and invoiced. As well as perform a complete shutdown in Windows 8?

There are three ways.

1. You can either disable quick start power options or

 

2. Simply you can perform a reset instead of a shutdown.

 

3. You can use the following command at the command prompt:

s/stop/full / t 0

As strange that it may seem, restart Windows 8 will first perform a complete shutdown followed by starting cold. What are the different ways can perform a complete shutdown of Windows 8, which comes in handy if you have recently installed a new piece of hardware, etc….

Enjoy!

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