I want my Macbook to stay asleep and do nothing in sleep. It keeps waking up for all sorts of reasons and making notification sounds after midnight if I forgot to mute it after playing music.
Because of restrictions that I cannot change some system settings, I've realized that turning Wifi off is the best I can do to keep it dormant at sleep. I used the app Alfred to create a two-step workflow to first turn Wifi off and then sleep. Problem is only half-solved. Because I need to remember to always use this workflow to put my mac to sleep, and, next day, to turn wifi back on after logging in.
I can't help wondering if there is a better way to make it happen. Meaning, when I use whatever way to make my mac sleep, it turns off Wifi too, and when I wake it up, Wifi gets turned on automatically. Is there a way? Thanks