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2 Jasper
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How do I go into hibernation after 30 minutes of inactivity?

I don't see the hibernation option on my Windows 11.
On other computers I had, there was an option in Control Pane > Power Options > Change plan settings > Change advanced power settings.
There i could set the time after which the computer should go into hibernation.
How to achieve this in Windows 11 (Dell OS version)?

 

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MS moved the hibernate option control. This web page at Backupper has a very good explanation and directions for enabling hibernate.




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Well, the problem is that I have hibernation enabled and I can see it in the Start menu, but I don't have this option in the Advanced settings, so i can't use "Hibernate after X minuts"

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