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  1. #16
    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
    MagicMac's Avatar
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    Looks like I have no applications. What am I do wrong?

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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    You were a bit too quick. It takes a minute or so to load the list.


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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    I let it sit for about 10 mintues before posting and nothing shows.

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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    I had this problem to begin with.

    Click on the options above and below "Applications" and let them populate.

    Then go back to Applications & click on that.

    If that fails, start over again from the beginning.

    It's a nuisance, I know. I've seen this before.

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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Sprague View Post
    Dave I would have thought that printer packages would be the last to upgrade if they bother at all. As for the duplicates they may be viewed as separate apps thus giving you two rather than the upgrade of one. That is, they were new versions and in my case some asked if I would like to remove the old version to the trash as part of the installation.
    Either way if you are planning to upgrade you can probably remove the old 32bit versions or waiting see what happens at macOS upgrade. If you have a 64bit version already there not much to worry about.
    Thanks Rod - did a little deleting of 32-bit apps not needed and updated several more - the 'old' iMovie was in a folder in Applications, so is now gone (already had the 64-bit iMovie) - have only 6 in that list now, most seem unimportant (i.e. again I have the newer 64-bit version of the Canon printer utility and cannot locate that old version w/ a Spotlight search). Now need to look at my MBAir which likely looks similar relative to 32-bit apps. Thanks again. Dave
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  6. #21
    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
    MagicMac's Avatar
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    I have tried this with my iMac Pro and Macbook Air and both are still showing no information found.

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    What about if you go under the apple logo>About this Mac>System Report?

    I assume it should be the same but one never knows until one tries.

    What about the other system items, like memory or others that have to be there

  8. #23
    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Hmm. MagicMac, it did take a minute or two for mine to populate. I also clicked on a few other items then went back once but I wondered why it took so long. I suggest you try restarting your Mac then try again.
    This is not the first time I've seen this behaviour. Once or twice in the last couple of months I have received a message that Launcher was unable to open the Application folder. It always worked after a couple of tried but it's odd behaviour.
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  9. #24
    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    I really appreciate the help and I figured out the problem. I checked all the Spotlight options and turned back on indexing in Onyx, now it works.

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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Well done working it out. Which spotlight options did you have turned off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicMac View Post
    I really appreciate the help and I figured out the problem. I checked all the Spotlight options and turned back on indexing in Onyx, now it works.

    BTW: You don't need to use Onyx to re-enable any Spotlight indexing.

    JFYI:
    How to Exercise Control Over Spotlight Indexing
    How to Exercise Control Over Spotlight Indexing | Other World Computing Blog



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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Unless you have removed items in the Spotlight Privacy pane. Perhaps you were referring to the "Re Index Spotlight' tick box in OnyX Maintainence Preferences.
    In any case, re indexing Spotlight is not a bad idea occasionally but often a restart is all that's required.
    Either way, problem solved.
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  13. #28
    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Sprague View Post
    Well done working it out. Which spotlight options did you have turned off?
    I turned all of them off in Spotlight and unchecked the tickbox in Onyx. I never had a problem until now.

    Quote Originally Posted by pm-r View Post
    BTW: You don't need to use Onyx to re-enable any Spotlight indexing.

    JFYI:
    How to Exercise Control Over Spotlight Indexing
    How to Exercise Control Over Spotlight Indexing | Other World Computing Blog



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    I learned this while turning everything back on. I'll know next time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Sprague View Post
    Unless you have removed items in the Spotlight Privacy pane. Perhaps you were referring to the "Re Index Spotlight' tick box in OnyX Maintainence Preferences.
    In any case, re indexing Spotlight is not a bad idea occasionally but often a restart is all that's required.
    Either way, problem solved.
    Yes, that is what I meant. I should have elaborated more on my post.

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    How to find your remaining 32bit apps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Sprague View Post
    Hmm. MagicMac, it did take a minute or two for mine to populate. I also clicked on a few other items then went back once but I wondered why it took so long. I suggest you try restarting your Mac then try again.
    This is not the first time I've seen this behaviour. Once or twice in the last couple of months I have received a message that Launcher was unable to open the Application folder. It always worked after a couple of tried but it's odd behaviour.
    Yes, it takes ages to populate if you have a ‘busy’ system. When I first had a look I thought it was broken but then up it all came after a bit.


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