Today, Apple has begun its push of 64-bit applicatis. The company's desire to ban 32-bit software and move everye to modern 64-bit versis is no lger a secret and it is now starting to encourage people to move
with macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. begin to appear when 32-bit applicatis are run. They say "[app name] is not optimized for Mac" and they appear ly ce to not be a nuisance, but it's a slight boost for them. users and developers that the future for Apple will be based 64-bit.
Apple did not say exactly when it will stop supporting 32-bit applicatis, and it's likely to be far off in the future – but that day is getting closer again. To help explain what's happening, the message has a Learn More butt. When a user clicks it, he is redirected to a help page that explains:
To make sure that the apps you buy are as advanced as …