Power Button

Some articles on button, power button, power:

Ctrlaltdel - Equivalents On Various Platforms
... Reset button Processor reset, although confusingly always referred to as soft reset ... Ctrl+Open Apple+⎋ Esc Kill application Apple Macintosh computers with power button on keyboard ⌘ Command+Power Enter debugger Control+⌘ Command+Power (sometimes known as a "Control Flower Power") Reboot the ... soft reconfiguration) and return to READY prompt Commodore 128 Reset Reset to power on state in current mode Commodore+Reset Reset to C-64 mode Run/Stop+Reset Reset to ML monitor ...
ATX - Power Supply - Main Changes From AT Design - Power Switch
... AT-style computer cases had a power button that was directly connected to the system computer power supply (PSU) ... The wires were either soldered to the power button (making it difficult to replace the power supply if it failed) or blade receptacles were used ... An ATX power supply is typically controlled by an electronic switch connected to the power button on the computer case, and allows the computer to be turned off by the operating system ...
Power Management Keys - Keyboard Layout
... The placement of the three power management keys on a computer keyboard varies depending on the keyboard's model ... down the system (which happens when a finger slip hits the Power key) can easily lose all the changes (although generally the more used operating systems ask the user to save the file before ... to this problem, in that a specific key has to be held down while the power management key is pressed ...

Famous quotes containing the words button and/or power:

    What is the life of man! Is it not to shift from side to side?—from sorrow to sorrow?—to button up one cause of vexation!—and unbutton another!
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    Do thou, then breathe those thoughts into my mind
    By which such virtue may in me be bred
    That in thy holy footsteps I may tread:
    The fetters of my tongue do thou unbind,
    That I may have the power to sing of thee
    And sound thy praises everlastingly
    Michelangelo Buonarroti (1474–1564)