|15 Jan 2013||#1|
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Faster Laptop Performance after series of Hibernation
Yesterday I just experienced something weird from my laptop. It became a lot faster after about 4 or 5 times series of hibernation.
My laptop is the old Acer Aspire 4530 with proc. AMD Turion X2, Win 7 32-bit, Nvidia GeForce 9100mG, and 3GBs of RAM.
Yesterday I never turned my laptop off during all day. I just hibernate it after 2 or 3 hours, turn it on again, then hibernate, turn on, and so on, starting in the morning until evening. This action repeated about 5 times so I did total of 5 times of hibernation, then at night when I played game in my laptop it just became alot faster. This never happened before.
Anyone know the reason for this to be happening? Thanks
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