Instead, Windows 7 provides only a hybrid of Standby and Hibernate (discussed next) which Microsoft calls Sleep mode. Basically, Sleep puts your PC in the S3 power-saving mode just like Standby, but only after saving the stuff in your PC's memory to disk-somewhat like Hibernate-so you won't lose data if you cut power to your PC.

Information about scheduled / unscheduled sleeps and reboots should be found by expanding the tree view in the left plan to Event Viewer > Windows Logs > System. You can also get the last boot time by using the WMI service object to query the LastBootUpTime property of the Win32_OperatingSystem class. How to Set the Sleep Time in Windows 7 – The LockerGnome Jul 11, 2011 How do I set the sleep time in Windows 7? Jul 08, 2010 Fix Windows 7 Sleep mode from waking up by itself

Jul 11, 2011 · To change the sleep time in Windows 7, you will first want to click and open up the Start Menu and bring up the Control Panel. Then, in the System and Security area, look for Change when the computer sleeps under the Power Options section.

HP Desktop PCs - Managing Power Options (Windows 7) | HP To change how much time passes before Windows goes into Hibernation, click the plus sign (+) next to Sleep to expand the list, and then click the plus sign (+) next to Hibernate after. In the Setting drop-down box, set the time for the computer to be idle, in minutes, before the computer goes into Hibernate Mode. Takes extremely long to wake up computer! - Windows 7

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Nov 20, 2009 windows 10 sleep time! -®.com Sep 14, 2015 15 simple ways to tune up your laptop before the new Jul 24, 2020 How to save battery on a Windows PC in 5 ways - Business Windows can help extend the life of your battery by dimming the screen and putting the laptop to sleep automatically after being left idle for a short time. Usually, you don't want it to sleep too