Google Chrome 64-bit 37.0.2062.94 Beta

Google Chrome 64-bit Specifications

Editor's Rating
Developer Google Inc.
Licence Freeware
File size 874KB
Date added August 20, 2014
Platform Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP (64-bit only)

Google Chrome 64-bit Description

Google Chrome 64-bit is completely compatible with 64-bit (x64) Windows Operating Systems, including the 64-bit versions of Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Win2008, Vista, XP. Google promises that all of your saved passwords, bookmarks and other information will migrate over. Please note that Google Chrome 64-bit can not be installed on 32-bit Windows Operating Systems.

Google Chrome is now become more and more popular because of it’s fast in speed, easy and simple way to use and secure surfing the internet, in addition, the important reason is Google Chrome is young, within 4 years of its public release so that it can set a variety of advantages and the latest technology at a suit. Google Chrome is young, so he knows what the browsers must to be and what it should looks like, new things with plenty of advantages always attract users, especially it’s developed by Google.

Key features of Google Chrome for 64-bit Windows

  • Google Chrome is very fast, save your time to surf the web pages.
  • Google Chrome is very clean and simple for it’s UI, it makes you quick and easy to use
  • Google Chrome is designed to keep you safe, protect you from malware and phishing websites.
  • Google Chrome protect your private information from hackers.
  • Thousands of Plugins and extensions help to improve your browser to be more powerful.
  • Google Chrome connects all your devices, you can get your bookmarks, history and settings to your tablets, mobile phone and computers.

Google Chrome 64-bit Reviews

6 User Reviews

  1. A while back my Chrome browser was accidentally started in Windows 8 mode. It caused havoc on certain online games is you switch to a different tab. One game I pay allows you to keep your browser open and do a automated blitz that would take about 50 minutes. So you would leave the tab and move on to other things while the blitz would work itself through. In Win8 mode the browser would eventually suspend itself so the blitz would freeze and not restart until you went back to the active tab again. This is an issue with how Win8 apps are designed. You don’t close them, they are just suspended until reused or you shutdown. It drove me crazy until I realized I was in Chrome Win8 mode.

  2. If the combination use of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and other non-IE browsers constitute approximately 60% of PC browser usage on the Internet, according to several credible reports, and for Mobile devices, non-IE browsers make up about 95%, then it is reasonable that most software developers and resulting software applications, particularly mobile apps going forward will not work correctly in any IE or Windows specific operation.

    What then? I understand the tie to MS Windows and thus Internet Explorer (IE) for all the loyal Microsofties on ZDNet and other Microsoft focused forums, but reality would dictate that your preferred OS/browser environments, and apps developed specifically for them will diminish in quantity and popularity of use over a short time.

    Most computer and Mobile device users do not wish to be so isolated.

  3. download did not start

    1. Just click the link “Download Now” and the download will start.

  4. Great, now Google Chrome can use up all 32GB of my RAM

  5. this is good why you let yahoo hijjack you

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