How to disable Fast Startup in Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 –

Quick launch Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 is a new feature of the OS that allows the computer to boot and start up faster than before. Quick launch feature is also called hybrid loading or hybrid shutdownbecause when you turn off the computer (or log off), the system saves some system drivers and files to a standby file. (hiberfil.sys) and then when you turn on your computer, it will use the information from this file to open faster. In other words, Windows 8 and 8.1 does not restart the entire system, but actually returns from hibernation.

Quick launch (Hybrid shutdown) is enabled by default in Windows 10, 8, and 8.1, but there are several reasons to disable Quickstart. For example: Many Windows users complain that their system keeps restarting or crashes Quick launch. Another problem is that when Fast Startup is enabled on a dual boot system {(eg Windows 8 and another operating system (eg Windows 7))}, Quick launch does not allow access to another operating system. If you encounter similar problems, use this guide to uninstall Quick launch turn it on and then turn it off.

How to disable Quick Launch in Windows 10, 8 and 8.1.

1. Click on “WindowsImage-201_thumb8_thumb_thumb_thumb_thumb + “RClick the ” button to download Running dialog box.

2. write “control Panel” and press Enter.


3. change the See (above right) to Small icon and then press Power options.


4. On the left select “Choose what the power buttons do“.


5. Click on “Change settings that are not currently available“option.

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6. Scroll down and remove the markEnable fast startup (recommended)” option and press Save the changes. *

*Note: If “Enable fast startup (recommended)” option is not present in this window, you need to enable hibernation on your computer.


Part 2: How to Show Enable Fast Startup in Power Options (Enable Hibernate).

If “Enable fast startup (recommended)” option is missing from this window (as in the screenshot below), which means that your computer has hibernation disabled.

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In this case, you need to enable hibernation on your system to restore the missing “Enable fast startup” option. To do this:

1. Click on “WindowsImage-201_thumb8_thumb_thumb_thumb_thumb + “F” buttons to search.
2. Yes search field write “command line” and press Applications.


3. Now right click enabled Command line (left) and select Run as administrator.

(Press Yes at UAC warning message)


4. Enter the following command in the command field and click Enter to enable hibernation:


5. Close the Command Prompt window and then go to Control Panel. Quickstart should be available now.

That’s it!

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