Not Optimized alert message when using Macintosh installers

Not Optimized alert message when using Macintosh installers

If you are running Mac OS 10.13.4 or later, you may have received the following alert message when attempting to use one of the Meadows software installers:

"Installer Name" is not optimized for your Mac and needs to be updated.

You are receiving this warning because Meadows installers for the Macintosh are 32-bit applications, and Apple wants all developers to move to 64-bit versions of their applications in the future. So this is just a friendly reminder (for us) from Apple to update our installer software.

Please note that there is nothing wrong with the installers, and you can simply ignore this warning message when it is presented.

This message also pertains only to the actual software installer application, and does not have anything to do with the actual Meadows software product you are attempting to install.

We do intend to release a 64-bit version of our installers in the future, but for now please rest assured that all 32-bit apps (including our installers) are totally compatible with all recent Mac OS versions.