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  1. macOS Classes
    Classes on macOS
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    Getting Started with the Mac
    8 Lessons
  3. Working with the Menu Bar
    4 Lessons
  4. Working with the Dock
    8 Lessons
  5. Working with the Finder on the Mac
    22 Lessons
  6. Working with Applications
    18 Lessons
  7. Working with Documents and Folders
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  8. Working with macOS
    19 Lessons
  9. macOS Preferences or Settings
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  10. Maintenance and Troubleshooting
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  11. New Features added in macOS Upgrades
    New in macOS Mojave
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Topic 12, Lesson 1
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See which apps are 32-bit

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Learn which apps are 32-bit on your Mac and why that matters.

In this lesson for What’s New in macOS Catalina, I look at how you can tell which apps are 32-bit. Why do we want to do this? 32-bit apps no longer work in macOS Catalina. Note: If you are not using macOS Catalina, this method does not work, you’ll need to see my video demonstrating this with macOS Mojave.


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