New macOS will stop running 32-bit apps; learn how to check

MacOS will no longer support 32-bit apps soon. High Sierra 10.13.4 recently started displaying an alert when opening applications that can not be used on the next system version: "This app needs to be updated by the developer to improve compatibility." Apple justifies the move by stating that 64-bit technology brings improved performance and reduced memory consumption. In addition, Macs made from 2007 already have a compatible processor.

Check out, in this tutorial, how to check which applications will be incompatible with future releases of macOS if they are not upgraded. That way, if any of them is important, you will not be caught off guard and may charge a developer update or look for alternatives.

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macOS will only support 64-bit applications; learn to verify

Step 1. Access the apple menu in the upper left corner of the screen, and click "About This Mac";

Open the Mac Information window

Step 2. Next, select the "System Report ..." option;

Access the macOS system reports on the left button

Step 3. On the left side of the window, go to the "Software" section and then "Applications";

Open the list of applications installed on your Mac

Step 4. Now, to the right, look at the "64 Bit (Intel)" column. Applications marked "No" are 32-bit and, if not updated in time, can not be used in future releases of macOS.

Checking applications compatible with 64-bit technology

Ready! That way, you will not be taken aback when upgrading your Mac to the next version of the Apple system.

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