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February 06, 2006

Universal Apps vs Old Apps

[Found at TMO Quick Tip - Finding the Universal Binary Apps On Your Mac...]

TMO's reviews editor, John F. Braun, pointed out an easy way to check all of your applications at once: System Profiler. This application can inventory all of the applications on your Mac, and tell you if they are Universal Binary or not. Here's how:
Choose About This Mac from the Apple menu, and then click the More Info... button to launch System Profiler. Select Applications from the Contents column on the left to build a catalog of every application on your Mac. Once System Profiler locates all of your applications, click Kind to group all of the PowerPC applications together, and all of the Universal Binary applications together. Depending on the speed of your Mac and how many applications you have installed, the search may take several minutes.

Posted by Ozguru at February 6, 2006 06:00 AM