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How does one turn off the display?

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HP All-in-One - 22-c0063w
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Some friends in a different country have just purchased 2 of these AIO's and are unable to locate a button to turn the screen on or off. I've set the power button to toggle the screen power for now, Is there a button on the AIO for this and if so where? The manual doesn't seem to provide any details specific to the model.

 

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@IanT65,

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

There is no button to turn on/off only the display on the All in one computer. You need to shut down the computer completely or put the computer to sleep or hibernation mode to turn off the display

 

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@IanT65,

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

There is no button to turn on/off only the display on the All in one computer. You need to shut down the computer completely or put the computer to sleep or hibernation mode to turn off the display

 

Hope that answers your question and you have a great day!

 

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Thank's @The_Fossette, I'll let them know.

 

Every monitor since they were invented had a power button because it was useful, so some bright spark decides it's a good idea not to include one? At least Windows will repurpose the power button 🙂

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@IanT65,

 

You're welcome!

 

Yes, I agree with you and all the monitor do have a power button. However, all in one is a complete computer and not a monitor.

 

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@ The_Fossette

I'm not going to get into a pointless argument on semantic's but as some feedback for your designers, the "complete computer" is a computer and a monitor together and as such removing the power button so that the screen comes on every time someone knocks the desk isn't a great idea 🙂

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