The list is a little shorter than for 10.11.3, but some old favourites are still there.
On some iMacs at least, the settings in Energy Saver are partly ignored. This must be a bug.
How to set your Energy Saver sleep settings to what you want, rather than what Apple might want you to.
Controlling my iMac’s sleeping habits has become a real pain. Let’s hope that this is the solution.
The list has grown since 10.11.2, with none of the previous bugs being fixed in 10.11.3.
The Energy Saver pane is now such a mess that even Apple does not know how it should appear, or function.
When I leave my iMac to go to sleep, it cannot be woken and seems to have shut down. Is this a fault?
Where has the preference settings file for the Energy Saver pane gone?
Why do I keep getting alerts that my three external drives are not ejected properly?
My iMac persists in starting up and freezing every morning. How can I stop it?