You can get the non-64 bit information from Apple Menu -> About this Mac -> Overview -> Applications:
I see you also have i1Profilier. Are you getting that PITA "XRD Software Update" app show up in the dock every morning at 9AM?
No, Mojave didn't [really] update anything from the 32-bit standpoint, though some of your software is definitely older so the closer you get to being current the quicker those will start falling off. I saw CS5 files, CS3 files, etc., which may not run in general.I'm still on High Sierra. Will I lose many of the 32-bit apps with Mojave?
No. I followed some advice which I can’t remember to get rid of it.I see you also have i1Profilier. Are you getting that PITA "XRD Software Update" app show up in the dock every morning at 9AM?
Xrite promised a fix "soon" but that was a long time ago. I followed xrite's suggestion to stop the problem in the meantime but it also stops profilier from running. Now I'm contemplating uninstalling it if I upgrade. Does i1Profilier run in Catalina?
Excellent post. Thanks.I used Go64 and found lots of older bits of Adobe utilities and behind-the-scenes service binaries like license managers, etc, that were not 64-bit. I completely removed all my Adobe products on Mojave and there still were some of these things lying around (Go64 finds them). I removed the remaining ones by hand, then re-installed the latest Adobe CC Photography subscription with LR CC Classic and Photoshop CC. Go64 found NO 32-bit components so I think Adobe has addressed them.
Glad that helped. If the apps themselves are working, then what Go64 found are likely accessory components that may or may not affect your use of the product. For example, if there are frameworks provided with the apps that provide features you do not use then you may not be affected. However, if any of these 32-bit components supports auto-updates or license mgmt or other things that do become necessary, then you could be OK for a while and later the problems come.Excellent post. Thanks.
I've made progress and did get my MBP updated to Catalina without issues. I chased down the 32 bit items identified by GO64 and the only items it reports now are 5 applications that may not work because they have a 32bit 'component' somewhere in the code. But the 5 apps identified as such are all working.
I'm now working on my iMac and will update it today.
Allan...I did get the XRD Software update bug 'fixed' by removing the app and a plist file as documented by xrite (for anyone else....google 'xrite XRD software update').