The Search Engine Giant Google has launched the 64 bit variant of its Chrome browser for Microsoft Windows Operating System users. The latest 64 Bit Google Chrome Beta version is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating system. By this – those Windows operating system users who have a 64-bit versions of the OS, now they can run a version of Chrome which is fully optimized for their system. The 64-bit version is shown as an optional download on the main Chrome website.
In the official blog post the tech giant has said about its 64 Bit Google Chrome Browser are –
[quote]”64-bit Chrome offers many benefits for speed, stability and security. Our measurements have shown that the native 64-bit version of Chrome has improved speed on many of our graphics and media benchmarks. For example, the VP9 codec that’s used in High Definition YouTube videos shows a 15% improvement in decoding performance. Stability measurements from people opted into our Canary, Dev and Beta 64-bit channels confirm that 64-bit rendering engines are almost twice as stable as 32-bit engines when handling typical web content. Finally, on 64-bit, our defense in depth security mitigations such as Partition Alloc are able to far more effectively defend against vulnerabilities that rely on controlling the memory layout of objects.”[/quote]
The normal Google Chrome 37 versions (means for 32 bit) is now available from today itself. This new variant of 32 bit comes with a DirectWrite support for the Windows Operating Systems “for improved font rendering“, along with some “new apps and extension APIs” with a”lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance.”