New version 1.2 also scans Mach-O files like command tools and dylibs, to check if they are still 32-bit. The only complete check available.
Now runs in the background – no more spinning beachballs! Also handles errors in folder paths better, and shows a ‘busy spinner’ when scanning.
First full release: the only tool to check thoroughly for 32-bit apps and code bundles in whichever folders you want.
Checking for 32-bit apps in System Information is not the best way: here’s a free tool to make it easier and more comprehensive.
If you choose to cancel or ignore an update, it can be difficult to get it back. For these and other problems, turn to softwareupdate for a solution.
You cancelled a software update in the App Store, which then goes off in a sulk and won’t offer it again. Here’s how to get the update back.
Have you used an online update service in the past? After last week’s security breach at MacUpdate, now is the time to stop. For your own protection.
Are you getting over-notified? Who’s in charge – you the user, or macOS? Getting control of notifications, both local and remote.
The High Sierra upgrade did not go well for many users. Here are some of the reasons why macOS 10.13 is currently a lemon.
Like El Capitan before it, Sierra has now vanished from the App Store. It has also been removed from your Purchased list. How can you install it now?