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Setting Up Your Power Mac G5 for the Internet
If you didn’t transfer your user account and network settings information, the Setup
Assistant takes you through the process of configuring your computer and setting it up
for the Internet. For home users, Internet access requires an account with an Internet
service provider (ISP). Fees may apply. If you have an Internet account, see Appendix C,
“Connecting to the Internet,”on page 91 for information you’ll need to enter.
What to Do When You Have Finished Working
When you have finished working with your Power Mac G5, you can put your computer
to sleep or shut it down.
Putting Your Power Mac G5 to Sleep
If you will be away from your Power Mac G5 for only a short time, put the computer to
sleep. When the computer is in sleep, the display’s screen is dark. You can quickly wake
the computer from sleep and bypass the startup process.
To put the computer to sleep quickly, do one of the following:
Â Choose Apple () > Sleep.
Â Press the power button on the front of your Power Mac G5.
Â Choose Apple () > System Preferences, click Energy Saver, and set a sleep timer.
To wake your computer from sleep, do one of the following:
Â Press any key on the keyboard.
Â Click the mouse.
For more information on sleep, see “Putting the Computer to Sleep to Save Energy”on
Chapter 1 Getting Started