Tuesday, 5 August 2014

No official announcement, Chrome Canary 64 bit also comes to Mac OS X

Google has released this Tuesday (5), without making an official announcement or draw attention to the issue, the 64-bit version of Google Chrome Canary for Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple's system. Available a few weeks ago in Windows, the browser, according to developers, becomes the most stable and fast and works on computers with 64-bit processors navigation.
The Canary is a kind of editing tests of Chrome. Aimed at developers or so-called "early adopters", he receives constant updates with several new tools that Google evaluates before adopting the end browser.
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Any user who wants to try it can do it. Just download the version compatible with your PC, 32 or 64 bits in the TechTudo Downloads site.
Like processors, 64-bit browsers promise benefits in areas of stability, speed and security. The Canary, for example, can make its performance improves by about 25%, and have greater stability, with the error rate dropped to half of the flaws identified in the 32 bit version.

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