How to enable or disable fast startup on Windows 11

On Windows 11, "Fast Startup" is a feature that speeds up the startup process. The feature has been available in previous versions of Windows, and it combines the hibernation

and shutdown power techniques to boot a device faster than the traditional process.  If you want to understand how the fast startup feature works, you first need to

understand hibernation. On Windows 11, when you enable "Hibernate," the system saves the current session loaded into memory to the hard drive, allowing you to pick up where you

left off quickly, even in the event of power loss. The same idea is how "Fast Startup" works, but instead of saving everything loaded into memory, Windows 11 first signs off any

account and then saves the memory's content onto the hard drive. As a result of this technique, the system can start more quickly since many services and applications are simply

restored from the last session. Usually, the quicker mode to start a computer comes enabled by default on every installation. However, if you notice boot problems, you may

need to disable (and re-enable) the feature to troubleshoot the issues, and depending on the scenario, you may even need to disable fast startup altogether. This guide will

walk you through the steps to enable (or disable) fast startup on Windows 11. How to enable fast startup on Windows 11 To enable fast startup on Windows 11, use these