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Hello guys:
    I have just uploaded the new program to my new Arduino Uno, it worked great. But now, I don't know how to turn this Arduino Uno off.
    I am currently powering up the Arduino using the USB, where can I safely eject my Arduino from my computer?

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You should not need to eject the UNO just pull the USB connection out, preferably when the serial monitor is closed.
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It isn't a mass-storage device so it doesn't need ejecting.
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Thank you for helping me!!
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