Press Release SixtyFour App - Boost your old Mac's performance Oct 01, 2014 in Utility 1951FDG released a new version of SixtyFour, a unique memory optimizer for Mac OS X. SixtyFour 1.2.0 is one of those rare Mac apps that helps Mac users keep their older Macs running longer, but running better, even when today's apps are 64-bit and require much more RAM than Macs of just a few years ago. SixtyFour is the ideal app for users who intend to run more apps at the same time, and, at the same time, wish to maintain system performance. [prMac.com] Utrecht, Netherlands - Independent development company, 1951FDG is proud to announce the release of SixtyFour 1.2.0, a unique memory optimizer for Mac OS X. SixtyFour's core purpose is to improve performance of older Macs or Macs short on RAM. SixtyFour enables Mac users to keep their Macs running longer, but running better. SixtyFour facilitates the setting of a preference to force a 64-bit app to open in 32-bit mode. On older systems that have little memory available, it is advisable to open an app in 32-bit mode. Apps running in 32-bit mode use significantly less memory than apps running in 64-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%. Running most if not all apps in 32-bit mode on systems that have little memory available can potentially lead to an increase in overall system performance. SixtyFour is the ideal app for users who intend to run more apps at the same time, and, at the same time, wish to maintain system performance, but can't upgrade to the newer, faster Macs with more RAM! System Requirements: SixtyFour is compatible with any 64-bit-capable Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or higher (including Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks). Pricing and Availability: SixtyFour 1.2.0 currently costs $4.99. For complete information on SixtyFour and to download the latest version, please visit SixtyFour's homepage. 1951FDG is an independent software developer, focused on developing high-quality applications for Mac OS X. Copyright (C) 2014 1951FDG. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. ### Derrick Croes Lead Developer Netherlands