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    32 bit Applications ?.
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    32 bit Applications ?.
    Thinking of upgrading to Catalina, My computer shows 10 applications as 32 bit & Catalina shows it only accepts 64 bit, It looks as though 8 belong to my canon camera but i'm not sure about N'os 3 & 4, Can anyone tell me if it would do any harm upgrading with 3 & 4 not being 64 bit. ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
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    1, - CameraWindow:

    Version: 7.11.3.4
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 26/06/2017, 18:13
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc. (XE2XNRRXZ5), Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/CameraWindow/CameraWindow.app

    2, - CameraWindow DC 8:

    Version: 8.10.11.43
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 26/06/2017, 17:57
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc. (XE2XNRRXZ5), Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/CameraWindow/CWUtility/CameraWindow DC 8.app
    Get Info String: 8.10.11.43, Copyright CANON INC. 2017 All Rights Reserved

    3, - InkServer:

    Version: 10.9
    Obtained from: Apple
    Last Modified: 22/05/2019, 19:37
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Software Signing, Apple Code Signing Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /System/Library/Input Methods/InkServer.app
    Get Info String: 10.9, Copyright 2012 Apple Inc.

    4, - quicklookd32:

    Version: 5.0
    Obtained from: Apple
    Last Modified: 01/08/2019, 20:07
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Software Signing, Apple Code Signing Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickLook.framework/Versions/A/Resources/quicklookd32.app
    Get Info String: 5.0, Copyright Apple Inc. 2007-2013

    5, - ReadMe(AutoUpdateService):

    Version: 2.0.1.2
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 03/09/2017, 23:53
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/Auto Update Service/ReadMe(AutoUpdateService).app
    Get Info String: 2.0.1.2 (c)Copyright, CANON INC. 2015

    6, - ReadMe(CameraWindow DC 8):

    Version: 2.0.0.1
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 26/06/2017, 09:57
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/CameraWindow/ReadMe(CameraWindow DC 8).app
    Get Info String: 2.0.0.1, Copyright 2007 Canon Inc.

    7, - ReadMe(Image Handling Library):

    Version: 2.0.0.1
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 26/06/2017, 09:57
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/CameraWindow/CWUtility/ReadMe(Image Handling Library).app
    Get Info String: 2.0.0.1, Copyright 2007 Canon Inc.

    8, - UniversalInstaller:

    Version: 2.7.11.8
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 03/09/2017, 23:53
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Library/Application Support/Canon_Inc_IC/UniversalInstaller/Install/UniversalInstaller.app
    Get Info String: 2.7.11.8 (c)Copyright, CANON INC. 2016

    9, - UniversalUninstaller:

    Version: 2.7.11.8
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 03/09/2017, 23:53
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Library/Application Support/Canon_Inc_IC/UniversalInstaller/Uninstall/Uninstaller/UniversalUninstaller.app
    Get Info String: 2.7.11.8 (c)Copyright, CANON INC. 2016

    10, - UpdateChecker:

    Version: 2.7.10.1
    Obtained from: Identified Developer
    Last Modified: 26/11/2015, 05:03
    Kind: Intel
    64-Bit (Intel): No
    Signed by: Developer ID Application: Canon Inc., Developer ID Certification Authority, Apple Root CA
    Location: /Applications/Canon Utilities/Auto Update Service/UpdateChecker.app
    Get Info String: 2.7.10.1 (c)Copyright, CANON INC. 2016

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    32 bit Applications ?.
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    3, 4 are Apple owned software which will be upgraded or replaced with compatible 64-bit software in Catalina. So it's just the Canon software you have to contend with. Check to see if there are updates.
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    32 bit Applications ?.
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    Also, even if the Canon’s software is not upgradeable, that won’t stop you from downloading your pictures from your camera to your Mac. You just won’t be able to use their editing software.

    There are plenty of other options, the obvious one being Apple’s native Photos app.

    Ian
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    32 bit Applications ?.
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    That's great advice guy's, I was going to try Photos as you mentioned & am pleased to know 3 & 4 won't be a problem.
    Much appreciated,
    John S.
    P.S. I forgot to mention that I contacted Canon and they said they can't change to 64 bit ( asked me if I would like to purchase a new camera ) so I am going to bypass the software and use Photo's.
    Thank's again for your advice.
    John S.
    Last edited by johnboy676; 01-25-2020 at 05:09 PM.

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