How to Prevent Your Mac or MacBook From Going to Sleep — Setting your Mac or MacBook to sleep automatically after it’s being idle for a while can reduce your Mac’s energy usage. But for some cases, this setting is unnecessary and creates discomforts. So, can we turn back the settings so that our Mac or MacBook will not go to sleep automatically? Or, can we prevent our Mac or MacBook from sleeping? The answer of mine is an absolute yes. How to do that then?
Well, here are the steps of How to Prevent Your Mac or MacBook From Going to Sleep that you can follow:
- Launch the System Preferences on your Mac or MacBook. Click the Apple button on the top-left corner of your Mac or MacBook screen. There, you will see the System Preferences menu. Or, for the quick way, press Command + Space on your keyboard, then type system preferences and hit the Enter key.
- Then, click the Energy Saver.
- After that, click the Battery tab and move the slider to the Never.
- Now, untick the Put hard disks to sleep when possible checkbox.
- Then, click the Power Adapter tab.
- Move the slider to the Never, as you did previously on the Battery tab.
- Now, untick the Prevent computer from sleeping automatically and Put hard disks to sleep when possible checkboxes too.
Finish. From now on your Mac or MacBook will not sleep automatically. Thanks a lot for visiting nimblehand.com. Share this article with your family and friends so they will know how to do the same thing. Leave your feedback such as questions, suggestions, or your confusion by following the steps (if any) on the comment section below. Please also do so about what you feel after you read and follow this tutorial. I would be happy to try my best to answer and help you out.
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