No, they are talking about sleep and resume. Which seems to be neither sleep nor hibernate, but some new combination of the two. If this is actually true, it alone will be the reason why every carputer should have Vista on it.Originally Posted by strohj
Safe Sleep & Quick Resume
The new sleep state in Windows Vista combines the speed of Standby mode and the data protection and low power consumption of Hibernate. Changing or removing a battery during sleep state is no problem, for example, because applications and data stored in memory have been safely written to the hard disk. And startup from sleep state requires just seconds.