Just imagine that while you are presenting your important ideas, the screen of your Mac starts dimming and finally goes to sleep. Seems like a nightmare, but everything can be ruined in a split second.
Cologne, Germany (PRWEB) December 20, 2016
MacKeeper has launched a new feature that helps Macs stay awake. The No-Sleep Mode is available free of charge for all MacKeeper users.
By default, Mac computers fall asleep after several minutes of inactivity to save the power. This is a smart solution to save the battery power, though it can be distracting during the work. Alternatively, MacKeeper offers a one-time solution that enables the users to switch on the mode on certain occasions and to keep the native Mac settings unchanged.
“During presentations, it’s quite difficult to capture the listener’s attention. Just imagine that while you are presenting your important ideas, the screen of your Mac starts dimming and finally goes to sleep. Seems like a nightmare, but everything can be ruined in a split second. To help our users avoid such awkward situations, we recommend activating the "No-Sleep Mode" before important public presentations and meetings or before rendering the design projects,” says Bob Dyachenko, Chief Communication Officer at MacKeeper.
How to Enable the No-Sleep Mode in MacKeeper
The No-Sleep Mode comes with MacKeeper software and is absolutely free for all MacKeeper users. This tiny program places an icon in MacKeeper’s drop-down menu on the right side of your menu bar and is quickly activated with one click.
When activated, the No-Sleep Mode prevents a Mac from automatically going to sleep and dimming the screen. With the feature turned off, a Mac will sleep according to the System Preferences settings.
MacKeeper 3.x is an award-winning service with 17 advanced Mac utility tools and the Human Inside feature. Interaction with technical experts is built into the software interface, which differs from the standard customer support/call center model, so the customers no longer need to look for support phone numbers or email addresses.
To learn more about MacKeeper, go to http://www.mackeeper.com