Question: Letting MacBook Pro battery die while closed
A PC guy here.
My wife always wanted a Mac Book, so I got her a Pro a few years back.
I was always under the impression a computer should be turned off if you're not planning to use it again soon.
What seems to happen more often than not with her MacBook Pro, is that she will leave it unplugged after simply closing the "clam shell" (?).
When I go to use it and there is no battery, of course it must be plugged in to receive enough charge to boot up. Then it proceeds to freeze a little and load up unsmoothly.
My main question here is: Is this inherently harmful to her laptop?
Just a curious thought it all.