Hibernate feature helps you to quickly turn off the PC without shutting it down. The feature is very useful when you want to turn off the PC without closing all running applications. Since running programs are not closed, you can get back to where you left off as soon as you turn on the PC.
In Windows 10, by default settings, the hibernation feature is enabled but the option doesn’t show up in the power menu of Windows 10 Start menu/screen.
The Power & Sleep section in the Settings app doesn’t offer an option to add the Hibernate option to the power menu in Windows 10 Start. We need to use the classic Control Panel to add Hibernate to the power menu in Start menu.
How to Add Hibernate To Power Menu In Windows 10 Start Menu:
Step 1: Open Control Panel.
Step 2: Type power in the top-right search box, and click Change what the power buttons do in the results.
Step 3: Tap Change settings that are currently unavailable to continue.
Step 4: Check the small box before Hibernate in shutdown settings, and hit Save changes.