FRSPCHibernate is a command-line utility that causes your computer to hibernate.
FRSPCHibernate displays no user interface. This is done on purpose, so that you can use it within a .bat file or other scripting file, to trigger the computer to hibernate after your script does some work. Or, simply double-click on the application's icon on the Windows Desktop, if you had the installation program create a shortcut for you there.
Just what is the Windows "hibernate" feature? When you physically turn off the computer, the content of the RAM memory will be lost, and all of the internal components will get no power. What hibernate does, is it saves the content in the RAM memory to a temporary file on your computer's primary disk drive, and only then turns off the power to your computer's components. The file is usually saved to "C:\hiberfil.sys". Later, when you turn the computer back on, instead of going through its normal boot-up process, it reloads the content in the temporary file back into the RAM memory, putting you back exactly where you were before.
FRSPCHibernate does that without all of the clicking and confirming that Windows makes you do when you try to shut down your computer. FRSPCHibernate calls the exact same system function that Windows itself uses.
The advantage of shutting down via the hibernate method is that you don't have to restart all of your software applications again, and reload all of their data files again. Theoretically, you don't even have to save your modified documents, because their changed content will be in the RAM memory. Of course, we would always recommend saving your data, just in case. To use FRSPCHibernate in a Windows command-line batch file, do the following:
FRSPCHibernate data and settings are stored in binary files on your computer. Our products never upload your data to our server nor any third-party server. Our products do not report your interaction with our products to our server nor any third-party server. An Internet connection is not required to use our products. Please note that individuals who have access to your physical computer could potentially have access to your copy of FRSPCHibernate and the data you store in it. Always protect your computer from outside access by setting a strong password on it.