How to check if your favorite app is 32-bitThis change won’t have a dramatic affect; developers will have already updated their most popular titles to support 64-bit architectures long ago. But if you’re using an old piece of software that hasn’t been updated in a while, you might have a problem.
You can check whether or not your favorite apps are 32-bit inside macOS by following the steps below:
- Click the Apple logo in the menu bar
- Click “About This Mac”
- Click “System Report”
- Scroll down to “Software,” then select “Applications”
- Select the app you want to check, then look for the field titled “64-bit (Intel)”
Apple has already stopped accepting 32-bit app submissions to the Mac App Store, so you’ll only find 64-bit software in there. The company has eliminated 32-bit apps on iOS, too.