For one condition. Before installing GNU/Linux, the "fast boot" (anti-)feature must be disabled in Losedows 8 or later versions. Otherwise the harddisk would be read-only.

Since Losedows 8, the "shut down" function didn't actually shut down the system, but hibernated instead (while closing any open program or document). The main purpose was to make customers believe that their computers could "startup" within a few seconds (actually resuming from a minimal memory image).

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