MacBook - Time Limit - You have reached your time limit, Ignore Limit

Time Limit - You have reached your time limit on - Ignore Limit

While browsing the web on Safari, have you come across the message all of a sudden "Time Limit - You have reached your time limit on" or when you try to open apps on your MacBook running macOS!

Youve reached your limit on App

If the answer is yes, and you are wondering how to turn it off, then follow the below steps.

Turn off Time Limit on MacBook

  1. Click on the Apple icon on the Menu bar,
  2. Now select, System Preferences ...
  3. Now Look for Screen Time and click on it,
  4. Select Downtime from the left menu options,
  5. Now turn off both Downtime & Scheduled.

When the downtime is active, only apps you choose to allow and phone calls will be available. Downtime will apply to all your devices that are using iCloud for screen time.

Turn off Downtime macOS
Turn off Downtime macOS
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