December 18, 2015 Of Directors
Quick Start is a feature introduced in Windows 8 and currently continues in Windows 10. In this feature, Windows starts quickly after a shutdown using the system information file saved on the PC. On the next boot, it will use the information contained in that file (hiberfil.sys) for a shorter boot time. Note that this feature will not work if you require it to be restarted. The system restart normally starts from scratch. The Normally Quick Start feature is enabled by default on your system. While a useful feature, this can be problematic if you're dual-booting your system. This can result in data loss or loss of applied settings, here in this article I will tell you how to disable the fast startup feature in Windows 10.
Steps to Disable Fast Startup Feature in Windows 10
Step 1 - Press Windows key + x to open the menu on the far left. Alternatively, you can also press key Windows + r and then write control on it and press the Enter key.
Step 2 - Click on Control Panel and open it.
3 pass - Research energia in the search box to find power options.
Click on Power options.
4 pass - Now in the menu on the right, click Choose what the power buttons do.
5 pass - Now, in the window that has just opened, before making changes, you must first click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable “.
6 pass - As soon as you click Change settings that are currently unavailable link, scroll down and uncheck the option that says activate quick start.
7 pass - Finally, click Save changes.
You have disabled the Windows 10 Quick Start feature. To re-enable the feature, follow the same steps and select the option again.