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You can simply click on the Apple in your menu bar then click Sleep while leaving it open. This will make both monitors go black. You can close the lid afterwards if you like. Opening the lid or pressing keys on keyboard will awake the device from sleep. It's just made to go to another monitor when closing the lid as most people only use the external ...
There are a couple of things you can try: Try doing a hard reset of your iPad. Hold the sleep/wake and power buttons for 10 seconds until you get the Apple logo Attempt "Recovery Mode". With the iPad powered off, hold the home button and connect a USB cable from your Mac with iTunes. Keep holding the home button until the Apple Logo appears Keep in ...
Thanks, based on the tip by ipmcc, I've created the one-liner that outputs a boolean value. echo $(ioreg -n IODisplayWrangler | grep -i IOPowerManagement | perl -pe 's/^.*DevicePowerState\"=([0-9]+).*$/\1/')/4 | bc
I had this problem, but fixed it with the following commands in Terminal: $ sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/de.bernhard-baehr.sleepwatcher.plist $ sudo rm /Library/LaunchDaemons/de.bernhard-baehr.sleepwatcher.plist
My best practice is to think about how to get the best use of your RAM and not make configuration decisions that lock down memory and instead monitor for problems on each OS and then make small adjustments. On the Mac - open Activity monitor and watch the memory pressure. I would try to keep things in Green. If you are in the orange, that's ok, but you ...
So in short, it's like your iPhone? :) I too am conflicted about this topic but I rarely shut down my macbook because I'm a forgetful person and I tend to forget something I should've done when the laptop was still awake. That's why it's convenient to just let it sleep because I can open it and it's immediately right at my home screen :)
"Sleep" and "Hibernate" on Macs aren't separately choosable. If you sleep a Mac and then leave it asleep on battery until the battery gets low, it will go into "deep sleep" (Apple's term, it's essentially Hibernate) and save battery. On older Macs that supported this, you could force hibernate by pulling the battery out, but that's not possible anymore. ...
Is it normal? No. Not with an optimal install, optimal hardware & configuration. Is your computer stock or have you installed non-oem parts? Age can also be a factor as the thermal grease can deteriorate over time especially when a cpu gets overheated. Also Apple had indicated that you need a minimum of 1GB free to even be able to run effectively. My ...
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