- Jul 5, 2013
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|Processor||Rockchip RK-3288 1.8ghz quad core|
|Video Card(s)||Mali T764|
|Storage||16GB Samsung NAND|
Other than the fact that it's taking up 16GB of space for no reason?why? whats wrong with it?
IIRC, the user has no control of the size allocation of the hiberfil.sys file. It's automatically determined by the amount of RAM you have. Maybe you're thinking of the pagefile.sys? That very much IS user configurable.I actually set the size manually to 16 GB
It's up to you, but disabling the feature saves SSD wear&tear, saves space and reduces system resources. As a general rule I disable it and advise everyone to do the same if they're using an SSD as a boot drive. The bootup time differences between hibernation and full boot on an SSD(even a slower model) are minimal. You are very unlikely to notice unless you count the seconds.It's not like I use it often, but sometimes I prefer to have it ready for use.