Google Quietly Releases 64-Bit Version of Chrome Web Browser

Google Quietly Releases 64-Bit Version of Chrome Web Browser

Google has finally released a 64-bit version of their popular Chrome web browser for OS X. The quiet release comes just a few days following a similar release for Windows 7/8 users.

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The release, codenamed “Canary”, is available for download here, and is only recommended for developers and early adopters. Google warns that it “can sometimes break down completely.”

So, if you’re a developer, or if you’re just feeling lucky, give the new 64-bit version of Chrome a try, and let us know about your experiences in the comments section below.

  1. Nobody says:

    Well it is about time.. to bad everyone in the know has moved on and forgot about google and their inability to produce a product that actually works

    Chrome – Broken for Mac since 2009
    Android – Broken since release date (insecure by default)
    Gmail – Works fine if you stay in the google ecosystem
    Google Docs – Works fine if you use Chrome (see above about chrome)
    Search Engine – Tracks every little thing you do so that they can spam you with adds… no thanks

    It is sad that people still use their service.

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