I've been through similar issues (not the same issue ... but iCloud weirdness that I couldn't pin to any device). Turns out it is possible to wedge iCloud even though all your local devices are ok.
Take backups of everything you can (your computer, phone, iPad, etc.)
Go to each device you own and log out of iCloud
It is critically important ...
TL;DR: call 800-275-2273 for AppleCare; otherwise:
If adding events to the calendar in iCloud.com isn't working properly, it is much less likely that the issue is coming from your devices. Signing in and out on devices re-writes local files that maintain the calendar and deal with incoming or outgoing sync data. Just in case, have you restarted all your ...
What I did (and I don‘t know whether all steps are nessecary) was:
delete the display profile I had already created
reboot the Mac
in system preferences changed the resolution of my MacBook Pro 2018‘s display to the value where the icons looked a bit bigger (since the 2016 MBP Apple as a standard uses a value for the resolution that is bigger than the ...
To me this sounds like Safari is just prompting you with a URL, either from your visited history or from popular web page URLs.
And, as it's doing this, if you press enter it's reading that as you accepting its suggestion, in which case it populates the address bar with that URL and takes you to that page.
However, on other occasions, you've typed enough ...
Better solution than removing the folder, since we don't know the impact, it to change folder permission.
Open Terminal and use command below. must be replaced by your username eg: joedoe.
sudo chown -R <username> ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google
This is basically same solution few other folks are mentioning above, but they are recommending ...
I had the same issue and realized that some process (in my case osascript) was flooding the system log with error messages (AEGetDescData of non-desc type 'reco' not a good idea). This apparently led to lots of CPU intensive processing in the Console app (I see that's pretty high up on your process list as well) and the diagnosticd process .
Quitting the ...