Mac keyboard shortcut put display to sleep

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Mac keyboard shortcut put display to sleep

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23 Apr 2018 You can also use a keyboard shortcut to put your Mac to sleep. Press Command+
Option+Power (or Eject). This works in a similar way to the
If you have a Mac keyboard with an Eject key you can use Ctrl-Shft-Eject to put
click “Put Display to Sleep” hold down your desired hotkey such as Ctrl, Cmd,
Save energy by putting your Mac to sleep when you're not using it. using a
portable Mac with a CD and DVD drive, press Option-Command-Media Eject key
⏏. click Keyboard, click the Keyboard button, then click Customize Control Strip
. of the display's power button and the brightness buttons for the Mac in
27 Jun 2014 Another method to put your Mac to sleep is by using the following keyboard
shortcuts: Shift + Control + Power – for Macs with built-in keyboards
22 Jan 2016 Putting your computer to sleep. enter image description here. Above is how to
sleep your computer when it's on and logged in. The keyboard shortcut is:
10 Aug 2011 While the Mac has no consistently effective keyboard command to lock the
screen, you can set it to require a password to wake up from sleep (
Sleep shortcut for MacOS on a Windows Keyboard. With every keyboard that
comes with a Mac, has the option to put your Mac to sleep Monitor with USB
5 May 2014 OS X supports putting a display to sleep after a period of inactivity, which you can
set Open the Terminal and run the following command: Press the following
keys on your keyboard, depending on whether or not your Mac
5 Dec 2019 Control–Shift–Power button* or Control–Shift–Media Eject : Put your displays to
sleep. Control–Power button* or Control–Media Eject : Display a