Chrome 64-bit comes to the Mac

Lewis Leong


Last week, Windows users received the latest beta release of Chrome 64-bit. Today, Google is giving Mac users access to the experimental browser too.

There are few key advantages of a 64-bit version of Chrome. It allows the browser fully utilize your computer’s processor, giving you an estimated 25% performance bump. Chrome 64-bit is also more stable, crashing half as much as the 32-bit version.

Chrome 64-bit comes to the Mac

If you want to give Chrome 64-bit for Mac a try, you can download it from Google’s Canary channel. It will install alongside your stable version of Chrome so it won’t mess with your settings.

Via: 9to5Mac

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