NoSleep
NoSleep
1.5.1

3.7

NoSleep free download for Mac

NoSleep1.5.1

11 April 2019

Close your MacBook without putting it to sleep.

Overview

NoSleep makes closing of your MacBook lid possible without going into sleep mode. Now you shouldn't plug your mouse and monitor to stay computer awake - just check a tick in the System Preferences and continue downloading of huge files and watching favorite movies over the network with lid closed.

What's new in NoSleep

Version 1.5.1:
  • Added Apple's Notarization
  • Updated certificates
  • Minimal OSX 10.12, but if 1.5.0 worked for you this one should work too

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5
Mrcham
10 April 2011
Version: 1.2

Most helpful

Love it. Thanks!
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reillyc
18 February 2020
Version: 1.5.1
I have tried to download No sleep many times but a message keeps popping up saying "No sleep kernel extension not downloaded". What do I do to get this app working?
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martijnwesselink
12 February 2020
Version: 1.5.1
If Nosleep won't startup, put Nosleep into logon (user/groups). This way it will startup.
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artie505
09 February 2020
Version: 1.5.1
I haven't looked at NoSleep in a while, so I just d/l'ed the latest version to see if its critical flaw has been fixed, and I"ve found that it hasn't, thus a one star review for an otherwise five star utility. NoSleep is the ONLY app/utility I"ve ever run across that allows you to set a pref and then unilaterally changes it with no warning, and in this instance, it could cost you your Mac. Try this: While operating your laptop on AC power, set your NoSleep pref pane for "Never Sleep on AC Adaptor;" now toggle your menu bar icon off, then on; now check your pref pane, and you'll find that along with "Never Sleep on AC Adaptor," "Never sleep on Battery" has been toggled on too. Congratulations! Your Mac is now ready to fry if you put it into your knapsack without realizing what you've done. Sorry, but no matter that the developer thinks that this is what people want, it is 100% TOTALLY INEXCUSABLE for an app/utility to unilaterally override a pref that has been set by a user with no notification.
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foreverneilyoung
13 December 2019
Version: 1.5.1
I think it doesn't work with Catalina
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tijosfx
27 November 2019
Version: 1.5.1
Version 1.5.1: Not working with MacOs Catalina (MacBook Pro). Can't Install The error message is: NoSleep Kernel Extension is not loaded. Help me, please. Thanks
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critifur
01 November 2019
Version: 1.5.1
I really like NoSleep, but I am unable to figure out how to access it's preferences. The only functionality I have it to turn it on and off via the menu bar. It is not appearing in sys prefs, and I cannot get a drop down menu from the menu bar icon. Would someone let me know what I am missing.
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5
june8
07 January 2019
Version: 1.4.0
1.5.0 works well with Mojave!
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bro-guy978
27 September 2018
Version: 1.4
how do you get the app to work? or even appear on the laptop? ive downloaded the app, but it just pops up and the installer even tho ive tried to instal the app multiple times
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alexandersp8
28 March 2018
Version: 1.4
How tf can you delete this app cause even though its deleted it still doesnt sleep when i want it to
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gtwalleye
12 October 2017
Version: 1.4
I've been using NoSleep for the past six weeks or so, MacBookAir, Early 2015, with macOS Sierra 10.12.6. NoSleep is at 1.4 - and I've updated at least once since I've downloaded the app. I am a mobile user - I am often away with only my MacBook Air and when I come home I like to "dock" my MacBook Air with a KRADL Air mount - which closes the display lid my Air. I typically dock my Air as follows: - Close the MacBook Air without NoSleep running (the Air goes to sleep) - Plug in the MacBook Air - MacBook Air awakes, utilizes external display (via DisplayPort), USB Apple Keyboard and Magic Trackpad via Bluetooth - Start NoSleep and ensure it's enabled - Disable NoSleep by clicking on the ZZ's and uncheck Enable - Re-enable NoSleep by clicking on the ZZ's and check Enable After I do this it works pretty much everytime. I'm not sure why I have to disable then re-enable NoSleep after initiating it, but if I don't my MacBook Air goes to sleep. I have had one issue that caused me to hard reboot the Air - but it only happened once, not sure it was NoSleep's fault. I believe it's best for my battery to use it a few hours a day and when I'm docked I can run my machine unplugged. Thoughts?
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