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What to do with outdated 32 bit apps?

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Oct 15, 2019

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As far as I know, I am only running Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and Adobe Photoshop Elements for the Mac 2020 on a MacBook Pro running Catalina.

 

System Report shows the following 32-bit unsupported apps that appear related to Adobe:

…CC6} version 7.0.0.108:

AAM Registration Notifier Version 9.0.0.121:

AAM Updates Notifier Version 9.0.0.121:

AAMLauncherUtil Version 9.0.0.141:

Adobe AIR Application Installer Version 3.9:

Adobe AIR Updater Version 3.9:

AdobeApplicationManager Version 9.0.1.2:

AdobeApplicationManager(URIHandler) Version 9.0.0.121:

Adobe Application Manager Version 9.0.0.141

adobe_licutil Version 9.0.0.81:

AdobeIPCBroker Version 5.2.0.29:

Uninstall Product Version 9.0.0.28:

UpdaterStartupUtility

PDApp

AAMCustomHook

Adobe Elements 12 Organizer

 

What can I do with them?  Do I need them for something down the road?  Can I just send them to the trash?

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What to do with outdated 32 bit apps?

Explorer ,
Oct 15, 2019

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As far as I know, I am only running Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and Adobe Photoshop Elements for the Mac 2020 on a MacBook Pro running Catalina.

 

System Report shows the following 32-bit unsupported apps that appear related to Adobe:

…CC6} version 7.0.0.108:

AAM Registration Notifier Version 9.0.0.121:

AAM Updates Notifier Version 9.0.0.121:

AAMLauncherUtil Version 9.0.0.141:

Adobe AIR Application Installer Version 3.9:

Adobe AIR Updater Version 3.9:

AdobeApplicationManager Version 9.0.1.2:

AdobeApplicationManager(URIHandler) Version 9.0.0.121:

Adobe Application Manager Version 9.0.0.141

adobe_licutil Version 9.0.0.81:

AdobeIPCBroker Version 5.2.0.29:

Uninstall Product Version 9.0.0.28:

UpdaterStartupUtility

PDApp

AAMCustomHook

Adobe Elements 12 Organizer

 

What can I do with them?  Do I need them for something down the road?  Can I just send them to the trash?

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LEGEND ,
Oct 16, 2019

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Yes you can send them to the trash as the 32 bit installers will no longer work. But I would suggest running the Adobe CC Cleaner to completely remove PSE12. See section 3 at the following link. Get CC Cleaner Tool.

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Oct 16, 2019

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I used the CC Cleaner Tool. Then I deleted the AAM folder in Applications/Utilities. System Reports is still reporting Adobe AIR Application Installer (Library/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework/Versions/1.0/Adobe AIR Application Installer.app),

Adobe AIR Updater ( Library/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework/Versions/1.0/Resources/Adobe AIR Updater.app),

AAMLauncherUtil (/Library/Application Support/Adobe/AAMUpdater/1.0/AAMLauncher), AAM (Library/Caches/Adobe/AAMUpdater/AdobeApplicationManager-1.0/update14/Install.app/Contents/MacOS/Install, Lightroom Install App (Volumes/Lightroom 6.0/Install.app/Contents/MacOS/Install). Can I just go into Finder and delete them?

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Yes

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