Go64: Find 32-Bit Apps on Mac When System Report Fails

On the Apple Mac, you can use the system report to see which of your apps have a 32-bit or 64-bit architecture. Only the latter are supported under the new macOS 10.15 Catalina, which is why a check before the upgrade can protect against unpleasant surprises. But if the system report fails and only gives you an error message, then you have to find out in some other way which programs will no longer run under Catalina. Provides a free system report alternative with additional information for updating outdated software Go64 represents

This is how you open the system report for the app review: Instructions 1 / Instructions 2

With Go64 you will not only find 32-bit apps on the Apple Mac, but you can also use further information and features. Image source: St. Clair Software

With Go64 you will not only find 32-bit apps on the Apple Mac, but you can also use further information and features. Image source: St. Clair Software

Go64 shows 32-bit apps, updates and their costs

The Mac app Go64 from St. Clair Software is available free of charge and has some functions that are not covered by the system features of the Apple computer. You will not only see a list of the installed programs, but also their version number, the date of the last update, "Yes" or "No" for the 64-bit design, the developer, the developer's website and the option to upgrade - Record and add up costs. So if you have numerous paid apps on your Mac that still run under 32 bit, thanks to Go64 you can see at a glance what the Catalina upgrade will cost you.

Go64 download

You can find the free Go64 download on the St. Clair Software website. There you will also get information about the current version 1.0.5 as well as the changelog with the features and changes of the previous versions. In the "Products" category you can also discover other apps for the Mac - the collection of practical little helpers for using the Apple computer includes Go64, tools such as Default Folder X, App Tamer, Jettison and HistoryHound. Information on their current versions as well as specifically on compatibility with macOS Catalina are shown in the website's own blog.

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