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Google makes Chrome beta 64bit version for Windows available
Google has released the beta of the 64bit version of its Chrome browser released for public use. According to the version, the developer provides an improvement of an average of 25 per cent in the field of rendering multimedia content with respect to the 32-bit version.
Google Chrome In early June gave Google the 64bit version of Chrome quite to developers, but now there is a public release for Windows 7 and 8 users. An upgrade to the new version retains all settings and favorites, Google promises, but it remains a test version, designed to detect bugs.
The version brings speed improvements, especially in displaying graphical content, because they are based optimizations of processors and compilers and because of the modern instruction set, used in 64bit processing let Google know earlier. In addition, it increases safety because now OS functionality include High Entropy ASLR can be. used on Windows 8 Furthermore, the 64bit browser would crash half while rendering less than the 32bit version.
Google is not the first with a 64bit browser. Internet Explorer since version 7 in 2006 a 64bit version available mean and Opera already offers a 64bit version of its browser to Windows. Apple’s Safari was in 2009 on 64-bit processing, along with OS X Snow Leopard. Google itself has had even 64bit Chrome offerings for Linux. Mozilla is still in the testing phase of 64bit Firefox: there is a version available as a nightly build, but it is not yet explicitly put forward. In the past, the development of the Firefox version at a low ebb, but Mozilla is still planning to release the browser. Eventually fromViewing:-175
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