13 Ways To Put Your Mac To Sleep

You can put your Mac to sleep many different ways including keyboard shortcuts, special gestures and interactions, an automatic timeout, and even Terminal or Automator scripts.

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    EdHockey
    2 months ago

    Another Terminal command to sleep display now that doesn’t require SUDO (Super User Do which requires a administrator password) is:
    pmset displaysleepnow
    This is straight forward and easier to put in scripts and such.

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