Do you like to fall asleep listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks but don’t want your iPhone to play all night? The good news is that your iPhone has a sleep timer built right in. It’s just a bit hidden.
Want to make sure your MacBook doesn’t go to sleep when you’re giving a presentation or watching a movie? Here’s a handy Terminal command to temporarily override your sleep settings and keep your Mac awake.
For today’s tip, we’re going to go over how to schedule sleep, wake, and start up times on your Mac—an excellent way to remind yourself to get off your computer at night, for example! Melissa Holt is here to tell us how.
Putting a computer into a low power mode while not in use can save energy, reduce noise (if you have a particularly loud device), and help increase the longevity of components. There are several different ways that a computer can enter a low power state, and while Macs automatically manage power options by default, Windows gives users control over which method to use. Here’s a look at each power saving option. Sleep Sleep turns off most computer components except for…