Apple encourages the switch to 64-bit with ‘not optimized for Mac’ message

Today Apple started its push of 64-bit apps. The company’s desire to banish 32-bit software and move everyone to modern, 64-bit versions is no secret and now it is starting the process of encouraging people to make the switch. With macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, messages will start to appear when 32-bit apps are run. They say “[app name] is not optimized for Mac” and they only appear once so as not to be a pest, but it’s a gentle nudge for users and developers alike that the future for Apple is very much going to be based on 64-bits. Apple… [Continue Reading]
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