Recently got a new MacBook Pro and I really don't like the fact that it powers on by a simple touch on the trackpad.
(EDIT: By "powering on", I mean powering on from a completely turned off state, after having hit "Shut down...", not waking up from sleep mode.)
I'd like for it to power on only if I press the top right corner that corresponds to the finger print reader.
Is there a way to do that?
EDIT: to further clarify, some elements from the comments:
I should check again at home, but I've had my new MBP for more than a month now and unless I am missing something completely --- or I have been crazy for the last month --- clicking "Shutdown...", waiting for my computer to shutdown, and then clicking on the touchpad (or on any other key) actually turns the computer back on.
Now, maybe what happened is I never actually turned my computer off? Is there any setting that would make the computer not turn completely off when clicking "Shutdown..." ?
I guess what I would like is for my new MBP to behave more like my old Macbook air, i.e., 1) Actually fully shutdown when I click "Shutdown...", and 2) Only turn back on when I hit the "power one" button, which on the new MBP I always assumed was the "touch ID" button.