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32-bitCheck nows checks all code, command tools and dylibs included

There’s more executable code on your Mac than that in apps and bundles alone. The great majority of that which is outside bundles is in executable Mach-O files – things like command tools and dylibs (dynamic libraries). 328 more words

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32-bitCheck: version 1.1 scans in the background

This new version of 32-bitCheck does everything that version 1.0 did, but it is now more user-friendly by running its scans in the background: no more spinning beachballs! 269 more words

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32-bitCheck: version 1.0 released with improved interface and Help book

As promised, I have made some improvements to 32-bitCheck, my free tool to check apps and other code bundles to identify any that are still 32-bit only. 256 more words

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Is Apple about to drop QuickTime, DVD and iWork support, and Compressor?

Apple has started the process of naming and shaming those apps which still don’t run in 64-bit mode, in readiness for macOS 10.14 later this year. 440 more words

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Telling which apps are 32-bit: 32-bitCheck does it better

Among the many announcements Apple made during WWDC last June (2017) was its intention that all macOS software should run in 64-bit mode for macOS 10.14. 1,002 more words

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