Windows runs much faster with solid-state hard drives (SSDs) which are getting more and more common in laptops these days than the old mechanical hard drives.
Windows also runs better without built-in hibernation, which can be a big bother.
If Windows hibernation is bothering you, such as slowing you down, or interfering with shared printing, the fix is easy.
Type Windows key + X, select Windows Powershell (Admin), and answer “yes”.
Then, type powerconfig -h off and press enter.
That is all there is to it.
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The same site has a nice video which shows how to replace your old fragile hard drive with an up-to-date SSD. A cheap upgrade.