Sleep=Low power mode for electronic devices.
Standby=Similar to sleep, the computer cuts power to all possible devices.
Hibernate=RAM contents are written to storage space and the computer is shut down. When a computer "wakes up," it goes back to where it was before it went to sleep. Restoring a computer from hibernate is faster than booting it up from scratch.
Set screen saver to Blank and to turn on after 3 minutes
Turn off Monitor after 5 minutes of inactivity
Turn Hard Drive off after 1 hour of inactivity
Hibernate after 1 hour of inactivity
System standby after 45 minutes or 1 hour
Settings for Mac OS X:
Set screen saver to turn on after 3 minutes
Put monitor to sleep after 5 minutes of inactivity
Put computer to sleep after 1 hour of inactivity
Put the hard drive to sleep whenever possible
Change your settings for:
Mac OS X
If you need help changing your power settings, please contact ISR Help.