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If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h), you can either increase it or create a swap file of customer size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h), you can either increase it or create a swap file file of customer size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h), ) so that your PC becomes unresponsive, you can either increase it or create a swap file of customer size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swap. /swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h) so that your PC becomes unresponsive, you can either increase it or create a swap file of customer size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier.easier. Just monitor usage of /swap and then decide what to do.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h) so that your PC becomes unresponsive, you can either increase it or create a swap file of customer custom size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier. Just monitor usage of /swap and then decide what to do.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing /swapswap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h) so that your PC becomes unresponsive, you can either increase it or create a swap file of custom size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that easier. Just monitor usage of /swap and then decide what to do.

If you want to be able to hibernate your PC (suspend-to-disk), you will have to increase the Swap partition to at least match the RAM size.

If you don't want to use this feature, there is no immediate need of increasing swap. And, in case your swap gets filled up (free -h) so that your PC becomes unresponsive, you can either increase it or create a swap file of custom size on your / (slash root) partition, sometimes that that's easier. Just monitor usage of /swapswap and memory usage and then decide what to do.