Can we get Hybrid Boot on Windows 7?

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by davibs, May 24, 2011.

  1. davibs

    davibs MDL Junior Member

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    Hey guys.
    Windows 8 Hybrid boot it's a very cool feature but..
    Can we have it on windows 7 ? :D


    There is a way or an alternative software for have it?
     
  2. leomate

    leomate MDL Junior Member

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    Why not just use hibernate instead.

    Win8 hybrid boot is combination between hibernate and shutdown

    Logoff and hibernate from logon. Thats like Hybrid boot [for now, maybe changes in new build] ;)
     
  3. In©ž

    In©ž MDL Member

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    #3 In©ž, May 24, 2011
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    actually is not that he wants to know, he want to know if we can get a fast boot that drains less battery than usual :D


    EDIT: SORRY I READ WRONG; I THOUGH IT SAID WINDOWS 8 ! :)
     
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  4. kldpdas

    kldpdas MDL Member

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    Normally it is not possible to set hybrid boot in Win 7 as this feature is not available in Win 7 builds.If MS releases this feature in their further Widows Updates(which i think MS won't do as they will release new Version of Windows).it will be possible.Maybe altering system files and adding keys to registry might help.Or any application to tweak Windows power options,maybe antivirus programs include it in future....
     
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  5. methodbeat

    methodbeat MDL Member

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    how about using easybcd and setting the boot to 0 secs?
     
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  6. kldpdas

    kldpdas MDL Member

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    The time in boot settings is only for user input wait time in OS selection menu(In case of multiboot):)
     
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