MacOS Catalina is arriving in October, and with the new update comes the transition from 32-bit apps to 64-bit apps. Overall, this is a good thing because it means that apps will run faster and access more memory. The move to exclusively using 64-bit apps in MacOS has been in the works for years, and Apple has been helping developers transition their 32-bit apps over to the 64-bit format. As part of the transition, Apple last year started requiring all apps in the App Store to use the 64-bit format.
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