If you try to mount a Windows 8/10 who is used in a UEFI with hibernation mode you’ll have a bad time because in this mode windows is never really shutdown, windows put all the ram in a “hibernation file” and restore it to the ram when you power on, it speed up the boot and can restore your work.
But for some reason if you need to mount this partition on a linux (in my case sysrescuecd) mount will throw you an error like this one
You can mount it with read-only mode but if you really need write permissions on this one, you’ll need to remove the hibernation file.
It can’t break your windows but you’ll lose all your work you didn’t save before the “hibernation”.
Have fun !