On Tuesday, Google announced that the 59th version of its widely popular browser, Chrome is entering the beta channel. It has been made available on every major platform — Android, Chrome OS, Linux, Mac, and Windows. It brings along a handful of new features but the most prominent would have to be the automatic upgradation to the 64-bit installation on Windows.
There’s the possibility that you might be using the 32-bit version of Google Chrome on Windows but it has always been suggested that the 64-bit version of the browser is way more secure. And it is not just that, the 64-bit version is even faster and stable than the 32-bit desktop version.