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Wow..that's a fairly uninformed thought process right there. No such thing as an OS or a computer that is specifically DESIGNED not to be shut down or whatever.

The way OS X works it definitely lends itself to not needing to be shutdown each night if you don't wish to do so. The system doesn't necessarily start to build up crud that slows things down over time.

Windows, on the other hand, traditionally can be made to do something similarly if you limit the kinds of applications you run on there, but for most desktop use you'll find that frequent reboots will keep the OS/computer peppy..

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