Google Chrome Goes 64-Bit, Promises Better Stability, Security And...
Google Chrome Goes 64-Bit, Promises Better Stability, Security And Performance Source
Most modern operating systems now natively support 64-bit processors, but even though many developers now offer 64-bit versions of their applications, browsers have generally lacked behind this move (though there are a number of unofficial 64-bit versions of Firefox, for example). Google, however, is releasing its first 64-bit version of Chrome today into the highly experimental Developer and Canary channels for Windows, which puts it on the road to a potential mainstream release later this year. It’s unclear when Google will release this 64-bit version for the Mac.