Overheating and low battery life macbook pro 15 2018?

Bought on day Mac and all would be nothing if he was not in the same day to warm (60-85 degrees) and the battery went easy on the eyes, for a couple of hours, probably 40 percent. Used chromium, exhibited the maximum brightness of the screen. But the problem is that windowsom the computer, under the same conditions, the corps was high and warm, and there is direct hot and the battery flies. What could it be? Should call the store and report the problem, if there is one?
March 23rd 20 at 19:07
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March 23rd 20 at 19:09
Most likely the first time the updates are downloaded, indexed files on disk and so on. Then go to mode. Yes, and 40% in two hours is the norm.

Generally 90% of the questions about MacBook can answer this: stop watching his work, it is a utilitarian device that works great in all conditions, take care of business, so why you bought it.
Don't know, the third day is discharged fully in less than 3 hours, for the MacBook it's not normal, he's a hot mess, even when just in a browser, sit uncle for example this is not with the Mac! Well, I called the store, it is also said that this is not normal never! Plus all the great game it already put!

And I do not understand, like the EPL there stated 10 hours of battery life, and you say that 40% of two hours is normal! - Vivienn commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:12
March 23rd 20 at 19:11
View the processes that eat the battery. Looks like this:

Examine the battery status through app.
March 23rd 20 at 19:13
Used chromium, exhibited the maximum brightness of the screen

Here is the answer to your question. The case on a Windows laptop you probably were made out of plastic? and there the conductivity is quite different...
It was syaomovsky Proshka, the body was entirely aluminum, and under the SAME load, it is discharged through 5-6 hours, not less than 3 - Vivienn commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:16
@Vivienn, so return to the store while you can and buy 3 Saami the money themselves to the problems created - Lexie commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:19
March 23rd 20 at 19:15
Possibly later, but since I have a similar problem appeared just after I decided to switch from Safari to chrome just because of vague to me benefits in the form of a large number of available extensions (which still rarely use), and also due to frequent podlahoviny the Safari (as it turned out it was in connection with curve version).

From time to time the computer normally so warming up, battery eating, not drinking. Mostly work time amounted to about 5, if not 4 hours. Recently realized that I've had enough, moved bookmarks from chrome to Safari, and lo and behold, the result is excellent: working from 7 hours on average and up to 11 hours at low load.

So I advise you to go on a Safari, especially if you need energy efficiency.

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