This page is for your support questions and comments on my free utility 32-bitCheck. Full details, current versions, […]
How reliably does Legacy Software detect 64-bit compatible upgrades? For some apps, it doesn’t notice at all, it appears, and continues to give wrong information.
First full release version of a tool to check whether apps, code bundles, command tools, and any other executable code is 64-bit clean.
How to check whether an app, or other executable code, is 64-bit. It wasn’t an easy task despite the tools that macOS provides.
Which major apps and parts of macOS are still 32-bit? How to check your own Mac, and how to work around problems in the future.
A new tool to report the architecture including 64-bit compatibility of any app, code bundle, or command tool. Free of course.
32-bit apps and codecs die with macOS 10.15 later this year. Many video, audio and still image formats will become unusable as a result. Here’s what to do.
Have you given up with the Legacy Software section in System Information? It’s getting more useful, and probably an escalating nudge on the part of Apple. Here’s why.
We are warned that a future release of macOS will not run old 32-bit software. Should we worry? How to find out the scale of your problem.
Mojave’s new feature to show ‘Legacy Software’ is far from complete, and thoroughly misleading.