I always use hibernation, because I never liked suspending.
Once because of the suspension, I burned a pc, because I had stored it in a bag thinking it was turned off.
It was actually off but it was developing heat and the keys melted.
I have a button in the bottom right corner of the dektop, with an exclamation point icon, with which I turn the pc off in 2 seconds and the next day I turn it back on, finding it exactly as I left it.
And one of the most convenient things .
They say that hibernation ruins the SSD, but I'm afraid that's a false legend.
I have been using it for many years and have never had any problems.
And even if I have any problem, after 10 years I change the SSD or I change the whole pc because it has become obsolete.
I write how to create this button, also for any others who read the topic and don't know how to do it.
First you have to activate hibernation with CMD and administrator rights and write:
powercfg.exe /hibernate on
Then follow this tutorialhttps://www.alln1comp.com.au/windows/how-to-create-hibernate-shortcut-in-windows-10/
remembering that before the h, there goes the long dash
Alternatively, you can also set hibernation, with lid/shutdown.
Let's go to Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound, and select Change power button behavior again.
At the top of the menu we will be able to choose the behavior to be used when we press the power button or close the lid in the two usage scenarios, i.e., when using battery or when using mains power;
to activate hibernation, simply set the Hibernate item on all four drop-down menus.
Now as you lower the lid of your pc, it will automatically go into hibernation and when you raise it, it will boot up.