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Sleeping, Restarting, & Shutting Down


The Apple menu (Figure 65 ) offers several options that change the work state of your computer:

    Sleep puts the computer into a state where it uses very little power. The screen goes blank and the hard disk may stop spinning.

    Restart instructs the computer to shut down and immediately start back up.

    Shut Down closes all open documents and programs, clears memory, and cuts power to the computer.

    Log Out

    User Name closes all open documents and programs and clears memory. Your computer remains running until you or someone else logs in.


Figure 65. Four commands under the Apple menu let you change the work state of your computer.

I discuss all of these commands on the following pages.

Chapter 21 .

To put your computer to sleep


Choose Apple > Sleep (Chapter 21 .

To wake a sleeping computer


Press any keyboard key. You may have to wait several seconds for the computer to fully wake.

Tips

    It's much quicker to wake a sleeping computer than to restart a computer that has been shut down.

    On some computer models, pressing or certain other keys may not wake the computer. When in doubt, press a letter keythey always work.

To restart your computer



1.

Choose Apple > Restart (Figure 65 ).

2.

In the dialog that appears (Figure 66 ), click Restart or press or .

Figure 66. This dialog appears when you choose the Restart command from the Apple menu.

or

Do nothing. Your computer will automatically restart in 2 minutes.


Tip

    Restarting the computer clears memory and reloads all system files.

To shut down your computer



1.

Choose Apple > Shut Down (Figure 65 ).

2.

In the dialog that appears (Figure 67 ), click Shut Down or press or .

Figure 67. This dialog appears when you choose the Shut Down command from the Apple menu.

or

Do nothing. Your computer will automatically shut down in 2 minutes.



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