I read a number of articles on Fast-Startup and the differences between Sleep, Hibernate and a full shutdown. So I think I understand the basic concepts. Currently I always shut down my pc at night and do a normal reboot in the morning. During the day I let it run and don't bother with either sleep or hibernate. I am wondering if I should change my approach and also if fast-startup should be part of this? In one thread I read today that being able to delay feature updates for extended periods relies on fast start-up as as only a full restart will install new updates. If you rather wait for bugs to be dealt with instead of rushing out and immediately updating, then that would be a good thing. I did notice a few threads here stating that fast startup is one of the first things being disabled but to me it was never quite clear why? I am using SSD and Macrium and IfW for imaging in case that is relevant.