Mac OS pop up for DW 64

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Greetings Adobe Experts,

Thanks for checking this "pop-up" out, pasted below============

I received a pop while starting DW on my Mac OS 64,

starting with "How do I check if an app is 32-bit or 64-bit?

I followed directions boring down for OS Mojave and got specific information for Adobe  "AAM Updates Notifier: "

I don't recall installing DW specifically for 64 bit.  If there was was an option I would have chosen 64 bit.

Does 'Creative Cloud' keep DW up to date check 32 and 64 bit software.  I start DW from the 'Creative Cloud' icon on my Mac menu bar.  Going on 6 months using this Mac, I never saw this pop-up until now.

I'm not sure what to do.  I would like the speed on 64 if I'm indeed using 32 DW.  Thanks in advance for all your help and support

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How do I check if an app is 32-bit or 64-bit?

From the Apple menu, choose About This Mac, then click the System Report button. From the system report, scroll down to Software in the sidebar, then select Applications. When you select an individual application, you will see a field titled 64-bit (Intel). “Yes" indicates 64-bit; “No" indicates 32-bit. If you're using macOS Mojave, select Legacy Software in the sidebar to see all applications that have not been updated to use 64-bit processes

AAM Updates Notifier:

  Signer:                    Adobe Systems, Inc.

  Last Used:              2019-02-07 03:20:07

  Path:                      /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/UWA/AAM Updates Notifier.app/Contents/MacOS/AAM Updates Notifier

  Team ID:                 JQ525L2MZD

  Signing ID:              com.adobe.PDApp.AAMUpdatesNotifier

  Signing Hash:         691947ef31060c524e1e40eb582e61d68e837984

  Parent Process:       /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/UWA/AAM Updates Notifier.app/Contents/MacOS/AAM Updates Notifier

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UpdaterStartupUtility:

  Signer:                    Adobe Systems, Inc.

  Last Used:              2019-02-07 03:20:05

  Path:                      /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager/UWA/UpdaterStartupUtility

  Team ID:                 JQ525L2MZD

  Signing ID:              com.adobe.AAM.AdobeUpdaterStartupUtility

  Signing Hash:         62fb5c2b49cfcc95155b75b6df2ebdf17b2e3f01

  Parent Process:          /Library/Application Support/Adobe/OOBE/PDApp/UWA/UpdaterStartupUtility

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 07, 2019 Feb 07, 2019

Begining in 2019,  Apple will stop supporting 32-bit apps on Mojave.  This is all part of the planned phase out.

What Apple's 32-bit app phase-out on Mojave means to you | Computerworld  

The most up to date version of DW is CC 19.0.1.  You can find out which version you have from the Help Menu > About Dreamweaver.

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Begining in 2019,  Apple will stop supporting 32-bit apps on Mojave.  This is all part of the planned phase out.

What Apple's 32-bit app phase-out on Mojave means to you | Computerworld  

The most up to date version of DW is CC 19.0.1.  You can find out which version you have from the Help Menu > About Dreamweaver.

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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