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Google Chrome for Mac upgrades to 64-bit

As promised in September, Google has launched the 64-bit Google Chrome browser for Mac. Google has also said that 32-bit extensions and applications will have to migrate to 64-bit, as this update has left them without support.

The update also fixes more than 40 security bugs and adds new APIs for Chrome extension developers. The browser uses a silent update mechanism that will automatically download and install the latest update.

Google Chrome for Mac upgrades to 64-bit
Google Chrome for Mac upgrades to 64-bit

To see which version of Google Chrome you have, simply open this browser, open the Chrome menu at the top left, and click on the Google Chrome Info option. A new browser window will open with this information. If you are not updated, you can do it from that same window.

Now that Google Chrome has been upgraded to 64-bit it will run much faster and this may cause many users to migrate to this browser on their Mac. In addition, integration with Google services may be a key point for this change.

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