I'm using Vista in my laptop and I want to save the file created when I hibernate the Laptop so that I can reuse to quickly get into same old state of my slow laptop.
Is there any utility for save and restore of this data?
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The intent of the "Hibernate" is for users to be able to shutdown their pcs, and then resume it from where they left off with their apps, documents, etc
Trying to use a "hiberate point" to quickly get into same old state is a wrong approach as it doesnt fix the real issue at hand- a slow laptop..
And even if so, there is No tool or utility that will let you save those "hibernate" files and keep reverting back to that state..
If you have a slow laptop you need to fix the slowness. If your laptop configuration/hardware is pretty old -that's the reason why its slow..
If however it is fairly new, then you need to look up on the net for quick fixes- Defragementing, Cleaning up old files, Removing unncessecary programs, etc etc
Vista also requires a fairly good configuration, Are you sure your Hardware is above the recomended config for Vista to run smoothly ?