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Monday, June 27, 2011

Checking Apps for Lion Compatibility

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June 27, 2011
Macworld Weekly
Mac 911 Tip of the Week
Reader Greg Monroe looks to the future. He writes: "I've been following your articles on what will and won't work with Lion and I understand that PowerPC applications that I now use with Rosetta are on the 'won't work' list. But how do I tell which of my applications are PowerPC and which are Universal or Intel native?"

In the Mac 911 blog, I show you how to use Command-I to check on individual applications. I also show you how to use System Profiler to see a list of all the applications on your Mac that will go phutt when you upgrade to Lion. - Christopher Breen

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