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Hi!

This is my first post! I've recently switched over from PC to Mac, and I love it so far!

One question though. The first day I got my macbook, I accidently pulled the magsafe plug out while charging it up for the first time. Just wondering, if there will be any consequences from doing this?

Thanks a lot!
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Hardly. It's just important that you charged the laptop fully so that you have the battery's full potential later on.

I also don't know whether it's a good idea to keep the MB hooked to power all the time.

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Thanks, Yogi!

Yes, I've been reading through other threads about battery life (I am really worried about battery life since this was my main problem w/ my old laptop). I am going to let my mac run on its battery once in a while - something I have to get used to.
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