just wandering, is beter turn off comp. completly or just put it in hybernation. I have read that the hybernation is much beter than turn off. its save computer and because i am normaly turning off my comp. every day its quite important for me.
Hibernation may be better for the computer than constant stop/start ten times a day. Leaving any electrical appliance plugged in and switched on carries some risk. At least unplug the PC at night and disconnect the modem too during thunderstorms.
Connect all peripherals via a surge protected trailing socket so that you only need to unplug one plug.
The monitor uses the most power. Set it to power down after about 15 minutes of inactivity. Defragment your hard disk daily if you're away from the PC for long periods.
To me hibernation seems to be the same as turning off except that you save everything at the point you finished at before close down. With modern motherboards they realy only partly shut down as things like my mouse and keyboard still show lights anyway. To start the computer I only have to touch any key on the key board or click the mouse and it all starts up to the point that it was at when I put it to sleep. I have been doing it this way for quite some time now since Windows XP and may be before that.
The buzz word is "Thermal expansion" apparently turning your PC on and off causes the solder to expand and contract and the entire computer will disintegrate into a pile of very fine dust if you turn it on and off too frequently. Or you could take the alternate view that this is a much overrated problem and you'd rather not pay the electricity board to run your PC when it isn't doing anything. I've always turned my PCs off everyday since 1997 and none of them have ever failed.