Which Mac do you have?
My suggestion is to completely remove CC and reinstall from scratch. There is a CC Cleaner tool you can use to make sure.https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-elements/kb/elements-installation-error-CC-cleaner-tool.html
The last warning you can ignore. Apple is ending support for 32-bit applications so older software won't work in a future version of macOS. Adobe will have to update its support applications before then.
I have a MacOS Mojave Version 10.14.2 3.3 Ghz Intel Core i5 and I use CCleaner for daily/weekly cleaning of my MacOS. I check out that CCleaner tool.
The Adobe CC Cleaner is specifically for removing and reinstalling CC.
DO NOT use CCleaner for "daily/weekly cleaning" of your Mac. That very well could be your problem. Its garbage on Windows and even worse on the Mac. In fact, if you are coming over from Windows, just forget all of the voodoo you used to keep Windows running. A lot of it will cause problems on the Mac.
Please download Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool from Use the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to solve installation problems and remove Creative Cloud
Now go to Download Adobe Creative Cloud apps | Free Adobe Creative Cloud trial and download Adobe Creative Cloud.
This will fix the repair issue.
The first screen shot suggests that there are problems with your display drivers , hence please update them or click Ok on the dialog and continue to use Bridge.
If you face any issues, please let us know.
Which computer specifically? iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, etc?
Apple doesn't release video drivers separately like on Windows so you can't just "update video drivers." Just make sure you have the latest version of Mojave, dump CCleaner and never speak of it again, and reinstall Adobe CC apps.