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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 Dan ,

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-I have to say mine has been doing it too. I have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012). I didn’t notice it until sometime last year with an IOS upgrade. I also somehow lost my rights to my permissions and when I use terminal I get error messages installing node, npm and homebrew. It is so frustrating. I will get Visual Studio Code going, have my class running in a browser and terminal open and it sounds like my computer is going to get up and fly away the fan is so loud. I have reinstalled the operating system. The fan is still running loud and my Macbook is now getting hot to touch. Its my favorite. I like the older version much more than the newer ones. I like have my optical drive and didn’t want to upgrade to have to loose that. I will say talking with my friends in class that Google Chrome pulls a lot. You can see it on activity monitor. I switched to Brave at her suggestion and that does hold the fan off a lot longer. There is so much more running behind Google’s browsers than we know. I am going to try resetting the SMC and PRAM and let you know. I am wondering if its the battery like the one guy stated. I run diagnostics and nothing comes up saying it is wrong.
+I have to say mine has been doing it too. I have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012).
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+I didn’t notice it until sometime last year with OS upgrade. I also somehow lost my rights to my permissions and when I use terminal I get error messages installing node, npm and homebrew. It is so frustrating. I will get Visual Studio Code going, have my class running in a browser and terminal open and it sounds like my computer is going to get up and fly away the fan is so loud.
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+I have reinstalled the operating system. The fan is still running loud and my MacBook is now getting hot to touch. Its my favorite. I like the older version much more than the newer ones. I like have my optical drive and didn’t want to upgrade to have to lose that.
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+I will say talking with my friends in class that Google Chrome pulls a lot. You can see it on activity monitor. I switched to Brave at her suggestion and that does hold the fan off a lot longer.
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+There is so much more running behind Google’s browsers than we know. I’m going to try resetting the SMC and PRAM and let you know. I’m wondering if its the battery like the one guy stated. I run diagnostics and nothing comes up saying it is wrong.

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 crystalpenncarew ,

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I have to say mine has been doing it too.  I have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012).  I didn’t notice it until sometime last year with an IOS upgrade.  I also somehow lost my rights to my permissions and when I use terminal I get error messages installing node, npm and homebrew.  It is so frustrating. I will get Visual Studio Code going, have my class running in a browser and terminal open and it sounds like my computer is going to get up and fly away the fan is so loud.  I have reinstalled the operating system.  The fan is still running loud and my Macbook is now getting hot to touch. Its my favorite. I like the older version much more than the newer ones.  I like have my optical drive and didn’t want to upgrade to have to loose that.  I will say talking with my friends in class that Google Chrome pulls a lot. You can see it on activity monitor.  I switched to Brave at her suggestion and that does hold the fan off a lot longer.  There is so much more running behind Google’s browsers than we know.  I am going to try resetting the SMC and PRAM and let you know.  I am wondering if its the battery like the one guy stated.  I run diagnostics and nothing comes up saying it is wrong.

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