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I have an early 2013 13" Retina MacBook Pro. I was checking Activity Monitor and noticed that TouchBarServer is usually at the top of the list for both CPU and Memory. Mind you, the 2013 MacBook Pro doesn't have a physical touch bar. I tried stopping the process and it warned me that it is a root process, but I went ahead and force quit it. A moment later, it popped back up. enter image description here I'm curious if anyone else has done anything with it? Any way to delete it completely?

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