64-bit support for Chrome now in beta for Windows users

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If you’re running Windows on your computer, you’re in luck.

In Google’s most recent beta version of Chrome, the browser added 64-bit support. The support had been previously available in the Canary and developer editions of the browser, but it was a bit buggy.

Now, the capability is pretty solid (of course there will be a few hiccups), but this is the closest we’ve been to a stable 64-bit browser from Google. If you’re interested in getting the beta release, just head to the source link.

Source: Google Chrome

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  • rebirthofcool

    64 bit computing will usher a seamless user experience on cross platforms

  • DarkWolffe

    I’m curious as to why this is in any way beneficial to me as a user.

    • Mick

      Much faster, more efficient, and as the person said below me, a seamless user experience across platforms.