Shortcut: Turn Off Monitor

Applies to Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) and up.

Ctrl + Shift + Eject

Turns off monitor. Just awesome.

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9 Responses to “Shortcut: Turn Off Monitor”

  1. Julle Says:

    Not for me. don´t really know why. im running logitech laser desktop s530 mac keyboard and mouse combo

  2. collanostra Says:

    doesn’t work for the s530 :_(

  3. Mel Massadian Says:

    Awesome Just Work Well for me on my PB G4 running leopard!!

    Thx

  4. sc Says:

    What is the difference between using crtl+shift+eject and putting it in “sleep” mode?

    Is it similar to switching off the monitor on a PC but leaving the computer still running?

    Thanks

  5. Ed Says:

    The difference is that “sleep” mode is like standby on Windows – the computer isn’t exactly running or shutting down – everything is frozen.
    With Ctrl+Shift+Eject, only the monitor is turned off so that your computer is running and immediately ready to use when the monitor is turned back on (by moving mouse or pressing keyboard).

  6. Jonathan Says:

    Wow, that’s awesome! I’ve been searching for that shortcut, so thanks for sharing it. 🙂

  7. boston photog - Ryuji Says:

    That’s awesome. It works with external monitors connected to MacPro.

  8. justin Says:

    thanking u in the future! *2013* ;p

  9. Egas Says:

    Please, shortcut to change the image from the mac to external monitor


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