Google releases Chrome 64-bit Beta Browser for Windows
Despite Windows 7 and 8 64-bit support, people are stuck with 32-bit software and can’t really experience the power of 64-bit, faster performance and more ram support.Now it seems like Google no longer wants to stick around with 32-bit Chrome and have come up with beta version of Google Chrome 64-bit version.
The 64-bit Chrome browser has been released and now available for download to those who are interested. As a beta version, there can be some bugs but you could expect fix or even a complete version in a few weeks.
The browser is available for both Windows 7 and Windows 8 and you can download the software from here. Don’t worry about your old data and bookmarks as the new version will preserve them and no need to uninstall the current version of Chrome as the 64-bit installation will completely replace it.