I've been trying to get back into the swing of things and I seem to be hitting a massive wall consistently when using Unofficial Wineskin Winery wrappers. I had Mojave 10.14.6 installed for the longest time and had noticed that shortly after using the wrappers I'd created, my system would run at overdrive even after shutting everything down. I came to find that the unwanted process was consuming about 90% of my power. At first I thought malware or some type of virus. It turned out as no such thing. A security process not present in High Sierra, "TCC"
The exact issue is explained very well here...
Has anyone else noticed this issue? I had Mojave installed and my iStats was was mapping it off the charts. I switched it up to see what the new OS is like (Big Sur) and it runs a bit smoother but the process still takes up about 1/4 of the amount it did in Mojave. Still unacceptable in my opinion.
Has there been any insight in trying to correct this in new update? Is it even possible?
It's something thats known and has an open issue on GitHub, think I have that one resolved but currently busy working on Apple Silicon support.
Next version thinking of including DXVK 64Bit support for newer versions of macOS.
Also upstreamed some patches and trying to track down additional wine regressions before Wine-6.0