Quick question about hibernation

Hi,

I am curious what happens to a program when I put the computer to hibernation. I have a program that does some calculation through a list of files (just text input, manipulation and output). It takes a long time, usually more than 10 hours. Suppose I have to take my laptop with me and leave when it has run 4 hours but not finished. Now, if I put the computer to hibernation and turn it back on later, will it continue doing the calculations? Or maybe I would be better off just re-start the whole thing?

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AlienwalkerCommented:
Hi ocan,

Putting your PC or laptop into stand-by mode or hibernate disables read/write to your harddrives, so no your programs wouldn't run unless they have no involvement with the hard drives and only use the RAM.

There is a way around this with using windows Task Scheduler, if you want to say, wake your computer from hibernate without any interaction and then run your program.

I hope this helps,

Alienwalker
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