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Offline Naweo

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Automatic Sleep vs Manual Sleep?
« on: Sat, 28 August 2021, 02:34:23 »
So, whenever my computer "automatically" goes to sleep because it has been awake, the functionality is much more smooth - booting the PC will leave all windows as is, but startup functions does not seem to work.

What is the difference between "manual" put-to-sleep on pc, and automatic?

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Re: Automatic Sleep vs Manual Sleep?
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 30 August 2021, 06:25:57 »
it very much depend on your settings, or manufacturer settings, some PC will not go to proper sleep automatically but only a lower power state, while manually telling it to go to sleep will make it do it properly, well i am saying that from my windows 7 experiences, i have not tinkered with windows 10 nearly as much, given that i only use it at work.
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Re: Automatic Sleep vs Manual Sleep?
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 30 August 2021, 08:43:34 »
I never tell mine to go into a sleep state, only lock the desktop and tell the screen to shutoff.  Too many issues within w10 on it's power tables and sleep states - most conflict with manufacturer's bios power C-States, sometimes it will get stuck in a low power state even when it should be requesting the cpu/hardware to ramp up.

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