Windows To Run 64 Bit Chrome
Admit it, it’s been long since you have used the Internet Explorer. Even if Microsoft has managed to hold on to various markets like Office suite and Operating systems, it has continued to fail in providing a basic level web browser that won’t crash moments after opening.
While most of the recent versions have been slow and buggy even after repeated patches and updates, even the stable versions like Internet Explorer 6 were under the line of fire when it was discovered that the web browser has a major security law that can be manipulated by any script junkie to gain access to your entire computer. The slow, unstable and buggy performance of the in-built web browser paved way to the prominence of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, the two leading web browsers that are in use today. To know more about the problems in Internet Explorer, contact us by calling on our Windows support number.
Google, on the other hand, brought stable and lightning speed web browsers onto the market, free of cost, which created a whole new landmark for other web browsers to follow. Do you fear any security concerns? Google is so proud of their web browser security that they will give away a Million dollars to any hacker who can spot a vulnerability in the web browser!
Google recently went ahead to roll out a stable 64 channel Chrome web browser for both Windows 7 and Windows 8. This stable release has finally come long after the Alpha version was released back in July through the Canary and Dev channel. According to Google, the new 64-bit system has higher graphics and speed improvement when compared to the present media benchmarks. The Chromium blog notes that, “For example, the VP9 codec that’s used in High Definition YouTube videos shows a 15% improvement in decoding performance.”
64 Bit Chrome Released For Windows
Google Chrome provides even more added security measures, specifics of which were mentioned in the blog, “Finally, on 64-bit, our defense in depth security mitigations such as Partition Alloc are able to far moreeffectively defend against vulnerabilities that rely on controlling the memory layout of objects.”
Users can enjoy better memory usage and speed from the 64-bit Google Chrome web browser, thanks to its architecture. Although these results can be established in benchmark tests, users may not see a major difference between the speed of the previous Chrome and the current Beta version. However, all users will be able to note the difference in the overall performance of the system. To know more about the 64-bit version, you may contact us on our Windows support number.
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