Starting with this release, macOS Catalina (10.15) no longer supports 32-bit applications, which is the firstOnly 64-bit applications are supportedThe macOS version, that is, a significant number of old applications will not be able to run in the new system.
An iOS developer recently discovered that a resource package called IncompatibleAppsList. bundle in macOS Catalina lists 235 applications that are incompatible with macOS Catalina. The path of the resource package is
It is reported that this list is used to alert the user of the installed application that is not compatible with the new system during the installation of the Catalina process, followed by an alert example:
Transmit: this version of Transmit is not compatible with this version of macOS.
List some of the applications that deserve attention:
For a complete list, please see:https://gist.github.com/stevemoser/a4388df17633beae5bc3fb07d38373e2
Whether to upgrade to a new system or not, in fact, this change has little impact on Mac users in the past two years. After all, Apple is already in MacOS.Fully push the developer to develop 64-bit applicationsBut if you're a longtime Mac user, it's best to check the compatibility of applications (especially Adobe applications) before upgrading.
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