It's one of the oldest questions, right up there with "What is the meaning of life?", "Who gets the check?" and "Doctor who?"
Of course, I'm talking about, "Should you shut down your computer at night?"
For decades, the debate has raged over whether you should leave your computer on every single second or give it regular rest. Both sides believe their way is better for a computer's life.
The shut-it-down crowd believes that leaving it on and working will wear out components faster and shorten your computer's life.
The leave-it-on crew believes that repeated shutdowns and startups will wear out components faster and shorten your computer's life.
In other words, they're worried about the same thing for completely opposite reasons.
So, who is right, and what does it mean for you?