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The correct answer is B.

OBJ-1.4: Hibernate mode is used to save the current session to disk before powering off the computer to save battery life when the system is not being used. The computer takes longer to start up again from hibernate mode than it does from the sleep or standby mode. Sleep or standby mode is used to save the current session to memory and put the computer into a minimal power state to save battery life when the system is not being used. The computer takes less time to start up again from the sleep or standby mode than it does from the hibernate mode. The high-performance power plan favors performance over energy savings. The balanced power plan adjusts the performance to conserve energy on capable hardware.

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