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There are actually two ways of handling this issue. The first one is for less tech savvy users, and it goes through opening the System Preferences/ Security and finding there a button saying: Open this app anyway. Afterwards you are prompted to enter your administrator password and that is it.
The second way is over Terminal, by typing in the following command: sudo spctl --master-disable and subsequently entering your administrator password again.

Can also backup your Gdocs by:
1. Connecting to your Gdrive account
2. Selecting the files to backup
3. Download them
4. zip them and store them.

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The easiest way to get to the desktop version of a website is by selecting the desktop view link on the page itself - if it is provieded! Not every website has this option, so of course your described methods are usefull in this cases as a quick workaround.

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You can also stop videos from playing automatically in Facebook News Feed.
You can turn off Facebook video autoplay settings on or off if you want to stop videos from playing automatically on your Windows computer:
Click Settings > Click Videos > Autoplay Videos Drop-down Menu > Select Off.

It is worth to doublecheck BIOS settings as well as upgrade BIOS as Win10 may require to have it updated.

I agree with Masood that there is no clear answer - it depends on the technology you need use / develop for or software you need to use thus it is very subjective. If you need to develop for any Apple API macOS is a must. But you may install your Hackintosh and run it on regular PC. Microsoft came out with .NET Core which allows to white .NET C# for any OS in any OS. If you want to combine both world at the same time you may use Virtual Machines or when on macOS you can use Parallels or VMWare Fusion. Each 'world' has its cons and pros. Last but not least, I would not say that Mac are more secured - macOS is based on Unix thus it is safer than Windows but still has vulnerabilities - no software is perfect.

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One solution for mac computers would be:
1.Open your terminal
2. Type “sudo nano /etc/hosts” and hit "enter" to open the "hosts" file in another window.
3.Add the website you want blocked after the number 127.0.0.1
4.Press the Control Key + "O"
5. Type in “sudo dscacheutil -flushcache” and press "enter." ( this will reset the cache to put your changes in effect.

I think you misunderstood the problem. There are multiple independent docker instances, but all have to listen on port 80 on the same machine at the same time.

Serving multiple websites on a single host with Docker is against the principles of Docker and micro service architecture. Sure you can do it but what is blocking you from separating it into multiple docker instances. That way, if there is a problem not all of the sites go down. By separating the hosts, you make it easier the diagnose possible problems and minimize down time.

For Safari (macOS High Sierra):
1. When on website make a right-click the URL area and select option "Settings for This Website"
2. In appeared dialog box hover the cursor to "Auto-Play"
3. In menu choose preferable option: "Allow All Auto-Play", "Stop Media with Sound", "Never Auto-Play".

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