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  1. What specific Mac is this? If it indeed has High...

    What specific Mac is this? If it indeed has High Sierra on it, then power it down and then while holding CMD+r, power up the Mac. This should get it into Recovery Mode. From there, you should erase...
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    I'm not sure what you are trying to protect. Your...

    I'm not sure what you are trying to protect. Your MBA came with a screen attached, and is able to support a number of external monitors at certain resolutions, so use it or don't that entirely up to...
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    Not sure what having both the screens on have to...

    Not sure what having both the screens on have to do with anything, the only reason to run in clamshell mode is if you have enough other monitors to do what you want. When I use my MBP on my work...
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    Having an external monitor definitely drives the...

    Having an external monitor definitely drives the GPU harder, but again none of those temps are worrisome. If they were sitting constantly at or above 95 degC, then I'd be more worried.
  5. Don't see that with Brave browser.

    Don't see that with Brave browser.
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    I use iStat Menus. Your CPUs are running a bit...

    I use iStat Menus. Your CPUs are running a bit hot, ideally you want to see them around the upper 40s to low 50s. They should be in the 70s under load. This is my MBP for reference.

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    The vent for the Macbooks is right in the hinge...

    The vent for the Macbooks is right in the hinge between the base and screen. When the screen is opened, the heat has a place to go. Having the lid closed means that the air can't escape easily....
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    Did you get that error with the first command,...

    Did you get that error with the first command, the "cd", one? But if you get that error with the second command, "ls -l@", then that's an OK error to have and also means that Adobe AIR isn't...
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    I've used the HooToo and Satechi hubs and they...

    I've used the HooToo and Satechi hubs and they worked OK, but I've found that the video connection gets flakey over time and it gets harder and harder for it to connect. Right now, I'm using an Anker...
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    Catalina only supports 64-bit applications, so...

    Catalina only supports 64-bit applications, so you might still run into issues, but let's try something. Open up the Terminal (Applications->Utilities->Terminal) and run the following commands

    ...
  11. Talk to the developers of Finale and see if they...

    Talk to the developers of Finale and see if they have a solution for you. Not fully understand what you are trying to do, it's hard to provide a generic answer.

    Sue is correct if your goal is to...
  12. You cannot change the layout of specific...

    You cannot change the layout of specific components in an app, you may only arrange its windows as you want.
  13. Searching for this yields numerous apps that can...

    Searching for this yields numerous apps that can do it for a price. There is this Android app that can back up your text messages to GMail. Perhaps that'll do the trick.
  14. And played through? iTunes? iPod? Music App?...

    And played through? iTunes? iPod? Music App? iPhone? How about filling in more details so we know what's going on.
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    Please follow the above recommendations about...

    Please follow the above recommendations about using a password manager, you do NOT want an app that simply scrambles text since you will still need to store that scrambled text somewhere in a secure...
  16. It's a manual process of ensuring that no apps...

    It's a manual process of ensuring that no apps start automatically and then starting them one at a time until you (hopefully) find the culprit.
  17. The iPad storage is all flash and its soldered...

    The iPad storage is all flash and its soldered onto the logicboard (look at the teardown on iFixIt) and as such there's nothing you can take out to power independently to get the data off it. If the...
  18. Are they both 13" MBP's? What version of macOS is...

    Are they both 13" MBP's? What version of macOS is running on them? To compare apples to apples, you'll have to match them perfectly with OS, the apps that are running, the amount of free space and so...
  19. Yes, that's the firewall we use. Looks like it's...

    Yes, that's the firewall we use. Looks like it's quite sensitive.
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    Yes, the retina MBP's have soldered memory (so...

    Yes, the retina MBP's have soldered memory (so you are stuck with 16GB of memory), but the storage can be upgraded from the 500GB to larger if you are running out of space. Performance is a very...
  21. I'm going to assume the Mac is connecting over...

    I'm going to assume the Mac is connecting over WiFi since you didn't say. So once the machine boots up and the router restarts. Go ahead and turn off WiFi. Power down the Mac and then bring it back...
  22. What router is it? Are you connecting over WiFi...

    What router is it? Are you connecting over WiFi or Ethernet? Are there other devices connected to the router and does the same thing happen with them?
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    What device? What version of the OS? What apps...

    What device? What version of the OS? What apps are running? How are you locking the screen? Not nearly enough information to provide any help.
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    All notifications when your phone is unlocked...

    All notifications when your phone is unlocked will show up as a Banner (on top of the screen). If you want to ignore that notification, then simply swipe UP on the notification, do NOT click on it...
  25. The chime on start is unrelated to the PowerChime...

    The chime on start is unrelated to the PowerChime application which only chimes when the charger is plugged in.
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