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Go64 1.0.4 helps you see apps you don’t need to worry about

Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

Version 1.0.4 of Go64, our free app for determining which of your apps are macOS 10.15-compatible, is now available.

If you choose to list all the applications that Go64 has found, the new version will highlight all of the 32-bit apps in red. You can then sort the list by application name to see if you also have a 64-bit version of an app. If you do, then you don’t have to worry about finding an upgrade – just delete the 32-bit one shown in red.

It’s clear in the green rectangle that I have two versions of Microsoft Word, one that will run in macOS 10.15 Catalina, and one that won’t.

Go64 1.0.4 also includes corrected website and company information for a number of applications, including those from Ashlar-Vellum, Avid, Slack, Steinberg and Valve.

You can get the latest version of Go64 here, or by choosing “Check for updates” in Go64 if you’ve already downloaded a previous version.