This whole process of switching your computer on and off again and again can stress it out and can severely effect its working capabilities. Looking at it this way a very good question arises in one’s mind as to what should be done to enhance the working capabilities of their PC and how is turning it on and off related to all this. So It depends on how often you use it.
Geek Squad Tech says “If you use your computer multiple times per day, it’s best to leave it on. If you use it for a short time – say an hour or two – just once a day, or even less, then turn it off ”
Switching the computer on continuously gives the computer a constant stress depending on whether you are overloading it with over stressing programs or not. On the other hand, if you are turning on your computer every day in the morning or for several times a day, and you still expect it to function pretty well for several years then the small surge of power that works to make everything in turn works properly will eventually be exhausted and will be left with a shorter life span than expected.
Some items have a limited life cycle. For example, if the [LCD] panel is left on all the time, it’s only spec’ed for about 15,000 hours, or about two years.
Having your computer going to sleep rather than hibernation is a way better option since hibernation gets your device to wear and tear almost similar to as switching it off and on does. This is exactly what happens behind the screen you work on.