Previously, Apple stated that the macOS Mojave is the final desktop operating system for 32-bit Apps and iOS 11 will no longer support these apps. This decision of Apple seems a bit difficult for a number of clients who are familiar with 32-bit Apps. However, customers still are able to find the Legacy Apps via a tool in the System Report in macOS Mojave. But you might not know how to find and use this tool yet. This post will help you to deal with that.
Find legacy apps currently on your Mac in macOS Mojave
To get the job done, you can follow these steps:
Step 1. First off, navigate to the Apple icon on your Mac’s Top Toolbar.
Step 2. Next, Choose About This Mac.
- Step 3. After that, Select System Report …
Step 4. Then select Software → Legacy Software from the System Reports screen.
Step 5. Now, you are able to access a list of legacy apps which are not supported on Mac anymore.
Great! That’s how you can find the 32-bit apps in macOS Mojave.I hope the instruction aforementioned is helpful for you guys especially those who are still sticking with the legacy apps.