MacBook Air/Retina equivalent of Ctrl+Shift+Eject is Ctrl+Shift+Fn+Power (via: Apple Support Communities)
Posted by jpluimers on 2014/05/12
Recent Retina and MacBook Air’s do not have an optical drive, so they do without the Eject button on the keyboard.
The quick keyboard shortcut Control+Shift+Eject is not directly available, so what is the replacement?
For newer Retina and MacBook Air’s,
In fact you can even press Fn+Power and get a small dialog that lets you choose what to do and offers a “Reopen windows when logging back in” checkbox:
- Shut Down
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