How Can I Lock my MacBook Pro 2015 screen?

In MacBook Pro 2014 it works with ControlCommandQ, but it doesn't work in MacBook Pro 2015.

  • Have you seen the "Lock Screen" shortcut under Apple menu? – Pratik May 3 '18 at 7:31
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    What version of macOS are you using? Also, there's no pre-defined Control-Command-Q to "lock" your screen. Was it something that was user defined? – Allan May 3 '18 at 13:39
  • Well Control-Command-Q stils works in High Sierra on my Mac, I haven't changed any configuration for this. – Jules May 3 '18 at 14:29

The Apple () menu provides a way for you to lock your MacBook’s screen.

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Use Control-Shift-Power to lock your MacBook. (For older MacBooks with an optical drive, use Control-Shift-Eject.) Use Command-Option-Power to put your MacBook to sleep. (For older MacBooks with an optical drive, use Command-Option-Eject.) Hope it helps you out. Cheers.

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