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Google recently released a 64-bit version beta version of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8 users and for an encore the company has turned its efforts towards Apple’s OS X. The search giant has silently added 64-bit support to its Chrome Canary and Dev channels for Mac users. If you’re running the latest version of Canary on your Mac, the software should read as 64-bit capable in its About tab.

Now, before you rush to take advantage of this new 64-bit goodness, please be advised that Canary and Dev releases are not final builds of Google’s web browser, so expect to encounter a bug or two along the way. This update comes about two months after Google’s 64-bit push for its Windows Canary and Dev channels, so the company appears to be taking a no platform left behind approach.

(via OMG! Chrome)

 

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One Response to “Google silently launches Chrome 64-bit Canary and Dev channel for Mac OS X users”

  1. focher says:

    Still drains a MacBook’s battery like there’s no tomorrow.

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