Maybe you are accustomed to working with open many files and many applications at once. And to finish the job often takes several days. If you do so, it stands to reason that you chose to use the Hibernate option instead of “Shut down” or “Turn off” to turn off the computer.
The problem is sometimes you feel very tired, but you still don’t want to turn off the computer, because the music being played make you feel very comfortable. As a result you get up early while the computer is still turned on.
By using QuickHibernate.exe You can set your computer to automatically hibernate after a specified time interval, which is 15 minute, 30 minute, 45 minutes, up to 120 minutes. And when the computer would do hibernate, you’re still given the chance 15 seconds to cancel it. You will be warned by the sound of “Thung ..” or depending on the settings on your computer, before hibernate actually run.
Other uses is that we can rest the monitor immediately without having to wait for some time as specified on your monitor settings.
And more importantly is that we can choose hibernate mode we will use, ie force or normal mode. This is important, because sometimes there are some applications that refuse to be hibernating. So if we choose hibernate, then it is displayed only the message “Preparing to Hibernate ..” which was never completed. Eventually we force to shut down the computer by pressing the power button on the CPU.
We can also create a shortcut to hibernate the computer simply by pressing a key combination such as Ctrl + Alt + Shift + H. The trick is to create a shortcut for QuickHibernate.exe on the Start menu. Then right click on the shortcut and select Properties. Then in the Shortcut Key, enter the key combination you want. It is useful to be able to activate QuickHebernate using the key combination. This way is a common way so that we can run the program simply by pressing a certain key combination.
Special way of setting QuickHibernate is that you should add the “-H” swicth after the name of the program “QuickHibernate.exe” at the “Target” part. For example
"C:\Program Files\Hibernate\QuickHibernate.exe" -H
With the addition of -H switch, then QuickHibernate will directly run the hibernate action. And still provide a grace period for 15 seconds. So when you want to test your new settings if it has been able to run or not, you can cancel the action without having to completely hibernate the computer.
And again, the file size is very small. So, download immediately. May be useful.