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Supongo que se ha preguntado esto millones de veces...
Tengo un MacBook Pro y lo utilizo constantemente. Siempre lo apago y enciendo. ¿Debiera suspenderlo en vez de apagar? ¿consume mucha energía, se estropea más por tenerlo suspendido?

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Supongo que se ha preguntado esto millones de veces...
Tengo un MacBook Pro y lo utilizo constantemente. Siempre lo apago y enciendo. ¿Debiera suspenderlo en vez de apagar? ¿consume mucha energía, se estropea más por tenerlo suspendido? Gracias
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I guess you asked this a million times ...
I have a MacBook Pro and use it constantly. Always turn off and on. Should I suspend it instead of putting out? "A lot of energy, breaks down more to have him suspended?


Most folks who use their notebook Mac (MacBook, MacBook Pro) usually choose to put the machine to sleep (suspend) rather than turn it on or off. The amount of energy used when the machine is sleeping is very little and should have no adverse effect on your battery.
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I guess you asked this a million times ...
I have a MacBook Pro and use it constantly. Always turn off and on. Should I suspend it instead of putting out? "A lot of energy, breaks down more to have him suspended?
I was going to try & do some translation as well...but you did a better job than I would have!

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