Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7 or higher
Fixed random startup crash and no apps shown on OS X 10.10 or later
Fixed no directories shown when using super directory filter Go feature on OS X 10.6 or later
Main window title changes when using super directory filter Go feature
Fixed source frame on screen for QLPreviewPanel
Use localizedCaseInsensitiveCompare in Attach Application window in ProcessTimer
More Info: http://getsixtyfour.com/
SixtyFour a Memory Optimizer for Mac
Boost your old Mac's performance - Apps running in 32-bit mode take up far less memory.
If your Mac is older, or short on RAM, SixtyFour can help you reduce memory usage. SixtyFour facilitates the setting of a preference to force a 64-bit app to open in 32-bit mode. Opening a 64-bit app in 32-bit mode, reduces its memory usage by at least 10% and commonly as much as 50%. That means you can keep your Mac running longer, but running better.
New feature highlights
SixtyFour - SixtyFour presents a list of 64-bit apps that can open in 32-bit mode. Check those 64-bit apps you want to run in 32-bit mode, and you’re good to go.
Quick Look plug-in - SixtyFour includes a Quick Look plug-in which extends Quick Look’s standard functionality to display extra info: app architectures, app platform info and bundle version.
SixtyFour Agent - SixtyFour Agent is a standalone app within SixtyFour. SixtyFour Agent displays the bit mode of an application when launched. SixtyFour Agent does not require Growl to display a notification.
Performance Tools - ProcessTimer can be launched from the application menu, performance tools. It can help you determine whether or not to run an app in 32-bit mode.