I have not upgraded to Catalina because I still have a number of 32 bit apps. Most of them are adobe products. What is the best way to uninstall these files. FYI I have the 2019 versions of various adobe products. Thanks
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/LWA/AAM Registration Notifier.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/P6/AAM Registration Notifier.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/UWA/AAM Updates Notifier.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/core/AAMLauncherUtil.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/core/Adobe Application Manager.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/P6/adobe_licutil.app
/Applications/Install Adobe Flash Player.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/DECore/Setup.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/D6/Setup.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/DWA/Setup.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/DECore/DE6/resources/uninstall/Uninstall Product.app
/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/DECore/DE5/resources/uninstall/Uninstall Product.app
It's a Mac OS X Catalina problem.
Too early of an adopter.
I am just about to upgrade from Mojave to Catalina and have 4 Adobe Uninstall apps left.
COCM, COPS, CORE, CORG
Does anyone know where these came from and what they uninstall please?
I tried running one and it opened Creative Cloud and gave "STI_ColorCommonSet_RGB_HD Preferences" Cancel - Remove - Keep.
I assume they are rubbish from a past install, but should I run them first to remove anything left before deleting them?
I run a Mac with OS Catalina. I have found 22 (32) bit Adobe files sitting in a file called Unsupported Apps. Should I just delete these file? Will it delete any Adobe files that I have ?
I thank you in advance for your assistance.
As of my limited knowledge: Those files are unsupported and do not run any more, so why keeping them on the system?
32 bit apps usually have 32-bit unistallers which won't run on Catalina.
So use the Adobe Cleaner Tool below to remove unwanted files.