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leaving imac on all the time?


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so i'm pretty new to the apple desktops. ever since i got my imac, i haven't turned it off yet. and it has been about 2 weeks. i do however put it to sleep mode whenever i'm not using it for long periods of time like when i'm at school or sleeping. am i doing this right or should i shut it down once a week?
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It's totally fine to put it to sleep every so often.
If you search the forums there should be some threads discussing this.

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