Windows 10: How to switch off the monitor at the same time as the computer
How to switch off the monitor at the same time as the computer
Hello sorry to say this is not related to windows but is has been bugging me for a long time and I think there is no harm in asking, maybe someone has the same issue.
My monitor is a Dell Ultra Sharp U2414H and has touch buttons, which have poor sensitivity, to turn it off I need several attempts, I could just leave it on since the monitor doesn’t consume much power, however my monitor is fitted with a sound bar and it has a bright light which goes off only when I turn off the monitor.
The question is, is there any method/programme to make the monitor turn off when I switch off the computer?
Are you shutting down your PC when you want to power your monitor off? If so, then the cheapest way is to just plug both into a power strip (which they probably are already) and switch the power strip off manually after shutdown completes.
Thanks i didn't even know that sort of thing exist, but definitely i will consider it since its cheap.
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This is my first post so I'm hopeful I can explain my situation well. If it can't be solved, that's life.
My setup is as follows on a GeForce 960 video card:
2 24" monitors connected via DVI identified as monitors "2" and "3"