My computer was rendering and doing batch file operations on the local hard drive but the battery on it reached the threshold of charge where Windows would go into hibernate mode while processing.
I'm curious if, say a program was in the middle of modifying a file and the battery reached the critical level, would Windows just take a snapshot of the current state? Or would it just tell all programs to finish the last I/O operation and then suspend? Would there be any chance of corruption?
Any input would be appreciated. At the moment, I fear for my file's integrity.