Premier Elements 2018 - app is not optimized for your Mac and needs to be updated

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Hi,

every time I open Photoshop Elements Editor or Organizer I get this warning on my Mac. "App is not optimized for your Mac and needs to be updated. There are no updates out there. I just purchased tPremier Elements 2018 about a year ago. What do I need to do to get the update I need so it wont stop working?

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Adobe Community Professional , May 28, 2019
John Waller Adobe Community Professional , May 28, 2019
This is nothing to worry about. It's Apple saying your software won't work on operating systems after Mojave. It's all in Adobe's hands for future versions of Elements on future macOS operating systems.Elements is 64 bit but some components are still 32 bit which is triggering the warning.Full details: 32-Bit Apps 'Not Optimized for Your Mac' to Stop Working After macOS Mojave - MacRumorsCarry on as you are. No action is required. Your software will continue to work on Mojave.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Without know more about what you have, my guess is you might have the 32 bit version installed on a 64 bit machine.   Having not done this myself, I think an unitstall followed by a reinstall will fix it. 

Assuming you saved the serial number, you can get a fresh installation file here:  Download Adobe Premiere Elements | 2019, 2018

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This is nothing to worry about. It's Apple saying your software won't work on operating systems after Mojave. It's all in Adobe's hands for future versions of Elements on future macOS operating systems.

Elements is 64 bit but some components are still 32 bit which is triggering the warning.

Full details: 32-Bit Apps 'Not Optimized for Your Mac' to Stop Working After macOS Mojave - MacRumors

Carry on as you are. No action is required. Your software will continue to work on Mojave.

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