Marko85 10 December To be fair to developers, you should actually do some research before criticizing them for something like that. The purpose of the app is to enable you to run bit Windows software. If you intend to run bit Windows software, that software obviously needs to have bit support because it will not work in bit mode. If Apple removes support for bit software for some reason, then the app would have to find some other way to provide bit support for that bit Windows software because it can’t just make old bit Windows software run in bit mode without requiring any bit support. I just hope that Apple would still allow bit software to work if the app can provide it with it’s own bit libraries or something like that, that they wouldn’t just prevent anything that contains bit code from running. Like 1 napabar 30 March Marko85 has no idea what he’s talking about. It’s just the front end. Like 1 Marko85 08 September napabar I know very well what I’m talking about and you can go on Wine forums and check their discussions about it. Catalina requires whole app to be bit for it to run, it can’t rely on bit libraries in the background to run
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