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thunderbird and mac os ventura 13.0

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My computer was upgraded to mac OS ventura 13.0. I did not know that older versions of Thunderbird (60.9.1) would no longer be supported. I believe all 32 bit apps will no longer lunch. Do i uninstall ventura and load monterey or partition part of my hard drive and load monterey ??

My computer was upgraded to mac OS ventura 13.0. I did not know that older versions of Thunderbird (60.9.1) would no longer be supported. I believe all 32 bit apps will no longer lunch. Do i uninstall ventura and load monterey or partition part of my hard drive and load monterey ??

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That is something you need to ask in a Mac Forum about.

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rsap98 said

My computer was upgraded to mac OS ventura 13.0. I did not know that older versions of Thunderbird (60.9.1) would no longer be supported. I believe all 32 bit apps will no longer lunch. Do i uninstall ventura and load monterey or partition part of my hard drive and load monterey ??

Firefox discontinued 32-bit macOS support as of Firefox 53.0 and later as it has been 64-bit for macOS since. https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/53.0/releasenotes/

Not sure when 32-bit macOS support was dropped with Thunderbird though.

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James said

rsap98 said

My computer was upgraded to mac OS ventura 13.0. I did not know that older versions of Thunderbird (60.9.1) would no longer be supported. I believe all 32 bit apps will no longer lunch. Do i uninstall ventura and load monterey or partition part of my hard drive and load monterey ??

Firefox discontinued 32-bit macOS support as of Firefox 53.0 and later as it has been 64-bit for macOS since. https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/53.0/releasenotes/

Not sure when 32-bit macOS support was dropped with Thunderbird though.

Thunderbird models Fireffox's system requirements. So Thunderbird would have dropped at the same time.

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