[prMac.com] Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software is pleased to announce the release of Go64. Go64 is a free application that helps Mac users prepare for the transition to macOS 10.15 Catalina. For the past year, Apple has been preparing users for the demise of 32-bit applications, which will no longer launch on macOS 10.15, coming this fall. With Catalina’s impending release, it’s important for everyone to know which apps they’ll no longer be able to use after upgrading.
While users can employ the built-in System Information utility on their Macs to identify their 32-bit applications, Go64 makes this process easier and faster. In addition, Go64 scans 64-bit applications to ensure that they don’t contain 32-bit plugins, frameworks, helper applications or services embedded within them. These additional bits of code can present compatibility problems on Catalina too, as the can’t be run either.
Once Go64 identifies incompatible or potentially-incompatible applications, it provides a number buttons in its toolbar to speed the search for compatibility and upgrade information. After selecting an app, users can launch it, reveal it in the Finder, move it to the Trash, visit the developer’s website, or search the developer’s site for more information. There’s also a column for entering any cost associated with upgrading each app, so Go64 can provide a running total of the cost to make the entire system Catalina-ready.
* macOS 10.11 through 10.15 beta 3
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* Go64 is free and can be downloaded from St. Clair Software online.Go64 1.0
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Based in Denver, Colorado, St. Clair Software is a privately held company that has been specializing in utilities and custom software solutions for the Macintosh since 1988. St. Clair Software can be contacted at: St. Clair Software, 271 S. Emerson Street, Denver, CO, USA 80209. Copyright (C) 1988-2019 St. Clair Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, Macintosh, macOS and Finder are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.