Create a Hibernation Shortcut in Windows 8

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

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    The first thing that is done in this video is to open a text file to copy text
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    We need to copy the following text:
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    Once we've done that, we right-click an empty space on the desktop
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    Then, we click "Shortcut" in "New"
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    Now, we need to paste the copied text
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    Then, we click "Next"
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    Now, we need to name the shortcut
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    Let's name it "Hibernate".
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    Then, we click "Finish"
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    Once we've clicked "Finish", the hibernate icon will be created.
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    We can double-click the shortcut
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    The computer will go into the hibernation mode.
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