Last year Apple announced that High Siera (10.13) would be the last version of OS X to support 32 bit applications. Furthermore, starting in 2018, beta versions of the current OS (10.13.4) show a warning message when a 32 bit program launches. Sassafras has been preparing for this transition and will supply 64-bit versions of all K2 programs by the time 32 bit program use is phased out. As part of this code update, KeyAccess has also been made more memory and I/O efficient. KeyConfigure will also support high density screens. All of these changes will be coming soon – check back for more details and an announcement, or email email@example.com to be notified when the new components become available.