Don't tell me you haven't heard of SSDs (solid state drives, SSDs). If you don't use SSDs, it's recommended to start with one piece. SSD has no moving parts, saving the mechanical hard disk head waiting for the disk body rotation wait time. Coupled with optimizations and large caches of disk IO requests, SSD IOPS are no longer the 100+ of HDD, but are up to tens of thousands of levels.
If you are a user who has been using Windows for a long time, you know that Windows supports so-called hibernation from a very early age. Hibernation is when you close the notebook screen or press the Hibernate key, the system dumps the memory data to the disk. Unlike sleep, sleep is a small supply current for memory, ensuring that the computer can resume running quickly. The advantage of sleep is that it does not consume electricity. In the previous era of Windows, this process was dominated by the operating system. In the new era, this work can be delivered to the processor hardware, which greatly reduces the burden on the operating system and increases the efficiency of sleep execution. This technique is called the Intel Rapid Start technology.
Windows if you want to hibernate, you need to create a file close to the memory size on disk, usually called Hiberfil.sys. If you need to disable or enable hibernation, you can refer to this article kb:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/920730
Unlike previous Windows practices, on the new Intel chipset, an implied special partition is created on the SSD, which gives the hardware driver the task of saving and loading memory.
What's the difference between this partition? If your tablet or notebook is the original operating system, using DiskPart or Disk Manager, you will find a partition that is displayed as an OEM. Right-clicking on this partition in Disk Management has no other common menu of actions beyond help, meaning you cannot directly access and delete this partition. This partition, most likely, is a partition to hibernate.
If it is not or is deleted, it is not difficult to create one yourself. Of course, the premise is that your laptop/desktop or tablet supports Intel's technology. It can usually be queried on the computer manufacturer's website, or through the motherboard Intel chip model.
Using DiskPart to create a partition of the size and memory, the key is to specify the ID of the partition. For traditional MBR partitions, the ID is 84; for GPT partitions, the ID is d3bfe2de-3daf-11df-ba40-e3a556d89593.
The MBR partition table uses the command:diskpart> CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY size=xxxxid=84
GPT partition table uses the command:diskpart> CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY size=xxxx id=d3bfe2de-3daf-11df-ba40-e3a556d89593
You can refer to this KB for Lenovo:
In addition, you can read this article to understand the concepts and conditions of the hibernate partition:
After you create the partition, you should also install the Intel Rapid Start technology driver. This allows the ability to support the hibernation disk.
So, how do you tell if the dormant partition is in effect?
You can use Intel's own hypervisor RapidStartConfig.exe. This hypervisor allows you to enable and configure a hibernation disk for fast hibernation and fast wake-up.
Make Windows 10 a better fit for your tablet working environment-hibernation partition and Intel Rapid Start Techn