I recently upgraded my Windows 7 to Windows 10 Pro. The PC doesn’t have the option to go into Sleep Mode — has only three options: Restart, Hibernate and Shut down. The Windows version is 1909, OS Build 18363.1556. I have not yet learned the full spectrum of Windows 10 and I’d certainly appreciate assistance from someone who is more knowledgeable in this area.
Are you able to navigate to the following location For Windows 10, click Start, then select Settings > System > Power & sleep > Additional power settings. Then make sure sleep is enabled. If this does not work, please let me know the make and model number of your computer.
Thank you John for your response. I’ve been in the Power Mode many times, but since there’s no option for Sleep Mode, only as I described in my original email: Shut Down, Hibernate and Restart. Therefore, you cannot enable or disable Sleep Mode. The PC is Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit, version 1909, Build 18363.1556. I don’t know the Model No. Thank you for your help.
Sorry for the delayed response but want to tell you what has transpired regarding the problem of SLEEP MODE. During my research of the link you provided, I checked, once again, for windows update to see if MS provided a more current update from Windows version 1909. Much to my surprise, the update was available. It was a very painful experience since I didn’t anticipate that it’ll take eight hours! Furthermore, the update was not the latest (20H2) and I don’t know when and if they will send me the latest one.
The bottom line is that the SLEEP MODE is back to normal which was my original issue. Had I known what was ahead of me with the update, I would have just kept Windows 7. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
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