A. The command below will put your machine to sleep. It's useful in scripts and shortcuts.
Note that, depending on your computer's configuration, the command may hibernate your computer instead.Related Reading:
- Q. Is it true that Hyper-V in Windows 2008 R2 supports hibernate and sleep?
- Powercfg Gets Sleepy
- I have no option to hibernate on my Windows Vista Lock menu.
- Enabling Vista's Hibernation
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