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Vista-說明與支援-待機與休眠到哪兒去了? RRS feed

  • 問題

  • Hi,

     

    查了許多文件,官方或非官方的,大部分對於睡眠的定義是,把工作存於記憶體中。

    但在Vista的說明與支援中,卻顯示存於硬碟之中。

    看來應該是誤植?

     

    2008年11月12日 上午 08:01

解答

  • 我找到一份英文版的說明給您參考:

     

    http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windowsvista/features/foreveryone/performance.mspx

     

    Sleep works in a different way on Windows Vista-based desktops than it does on Windows Vista-based laptops. When you turn off a Windows Vista-based desktop, all the documents, applications, and data that are currently in use are saved in two places. First, they are saved to the memory, or RAM, where they are quickly accessible (in Windows XP this was called Standby). Simultaneously, the information is saved to the computer's hard disk (in Windows XP this was called Hibernate). In Sleep, Windows Vista simultaneously saves the current user information to both memory and the hard disk.

    In Sleep, Windows Vista uses the data saved to memory to help you restart faster after extended periods of non-use. Simply move the mouse or press any key on the keyboard, and the computer starts up within seconds.

    The Sleep state uses the data saved to your hard disk to protect it in case of power loss. When you resume the use of your desktop after a power failure, Windows Vista will quickly restart from Sleep using the data saved to disk, with all of your data and applications intact.

     

    說明上只是說優點是有存到硬體,但是還是有存在記憶體中的。所以說明沒有錯誤。您若是有翻譯方面的問題歡迎到http://forums.microsoft.com/Technet-CHT/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=1827&SiteID=23 詢問喔。

     

    希望能幫到您。

    2008年11月13日 上午 03:44

所有回覆

  • 我找到一份英文版的說明給您參考:

     

    http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windowsvista/features/foreveryone/performance.mspx

     

    Sleep works in a different way on Windows Vista-based desktops than it does on Windows Vista-based laptops. When you turn off a Windows Vista-based desktop, all the documents, applications, and data that are currently in use are saved in two places. First, they are saved to the memory, or RAM, where they are quickly accessible (in Windows XP this was called Standby). Simultaneously, the information is saved to the computer's hard disk (in Windows XP this was called Hibernate). In Sleep, Windows Vista simultaneously saves the current user information to both memory and the hard disk.

    In Sleep, Windows Vista uses the data saved to memory to help you restart faster after extended periods of non-use. Simply move the mouse or press any key on the keyboard, and the computer starts up within seconds.

    The Sleep state uses the data saved to your hard disk to protect it in case of power loss. When you resume the use of your desktop after a power failure, Windows Vista will quickly restart from Sleep using the data saved to disk, with all of your data and applications intact.

     

    說明上只是說優點是有存到硬體,但是還是有存在記憶體中的。所以說明沒有錯誤。您若是有翻譯方面的問題歡迎到http://forums.microsoft.com/Technet-CHT/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=1827&SiteID=23 詢問喔。

     

    希望能幫到您。

    2008年11月13日 上午 03:44
  • Dear Doris,

     

    我也正好看到這份文件,寫得比內建的說明與支援清楚許多。

    所以說存在硬碟這段文字,省略了很多前因後果。

    Anyway,我想微軟有自己的考量。

    謝謝你。

     

    2008年11月13日 上午 05:19