How to remove sleep mode?
Sleep mode allows you to speed up the computer because the operating system saves the current state of all programs and files before falling asleep, and therefore starts after sleep in a matter of seconds. Laptops usually fall asleep on their own, if they are idle for a long time, this allows you to save battery power. But what if you do not need sleep mode and you would prefer that the computer always works, even if you are not using it at the moment? In this article we will explain how to remove hibernation in Windows 7 and Windows 8. You may also be interested in articles about disabling hybrid hibernation and hibernation, and how to turn off the power saving mode.
How to remove hibernation in Windows 7
To remove hibernation in Windows 7, open the Control Panel from the Start menu and find the Power Supply section in it. In the "Power Supply" window you will see a list of power schemes configured on your computer. Click the “Set up power plan” link next to the power plan that is currently selected.On the next page, select the option "Never" in the "Put your computer into sleep mode" menu and click the "Save changes" button. If you later transfer your computer to another power scheme, do not forget to change the settings for it in the same way.
Sleep Disabling in Windows 8
To remove hibernation in Windows 8, you need to act in the same way. The only difference is how to get to the “Power” window. The easiest way is to simply start typing the word “power supply” (without quotes) while on the initial screen, and then select the item you want in the search results. Another option is to press the [Win] + [X] keys or right-click in the lower left corner of the screen. A menu will appear in which there is the “Power Management” item you need.