How to Put Mac to Log Out When Not in Use: Mac, MacBook Pro/Air

Last Updated on Nov 21, 2019

How to Put Mac to log out when not in Use. Apple’s new Updated MacOS is a really, robust and portable and user-friendly OS.  There is a little way using that you can able to put your Mac to log out when not in use. After upgrade MacOS On Mac, you’d feel something innovative right.

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Several tips you didn’t know in Apple macOS of course, because that is new for you. Identify that here what happens if apply this tip on Mac OS X 10.10; this is really helpful to you it keeps your information more secure even when your Mac is unattended. You can handy doing it at going System Preferences dashboard of Mac. Follow beneath listed steps and do the same way, though I hope you can set your Mac to log out automatically for a current user after a certain period of inactivity.

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Steps for Put Mac to log out when not in Use- MacOS

Step 1. Choose Apple Logo from the Top Mac Menu.  

Step 2. Select System Preferences

Step 3. Click Security & PrivacyApple Mac - Put Mac to log out when not in Use OS X Yosemite

Step 4. Click On General

Step 5. Click on the Lock icon to unlock it,

Step 6. Now enter an administrator name and Password,

Step 7. Click on Advance.System Preferences of OS X Yosemite

Step 8. Select “Log out after … minutes of inactivity” check the below screen,

Log out after minutes of inactivity

Log out after minutes of inactivity

Step 9. Set the amount of time before the users automatically logged out.

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