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Google released 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows


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Yesterday Google announced 64-bit version of Chrome. If you want to get one, you have to choose between Dev Channel and Canary channel for Windows 7 and 8 users.

I dare to suppose, that 64-bits builds of browser soon or later will be moved to the beta stage.
According to the developers, new version of Chrome is about 25% faster than the regular one. Furthermore, browser supports some features of Windows 8, for example High Entropy ASLR, which makes browse just a little bit safer.

In addition, developers claimed that 64-bit version of the browser is more stable than 32-bit. In particular, crash rates for the renderer process are almost half that of 32-bit Chrome.

Overall, we should wait for user’s feedback now, who used these builds.
Skull 4 june 2014, 13:13
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