Google Chrome for Mac is now 64-bit only, a move that will lead to better performance, security and general stability of the browser in OS X from here on in.
The latest developer release of the Chromium-based Opera web browser is now 64-bit only on OS X, a move that follows a similar decision from Google.
One step closer: Google Chrome Beta 64-bit builds rolling out to Mac OS X, a move that follows the first stable 64-bit builds on Windows.
The release of Google Chrome v37 on the stable channel brings Windows users more than nicer looking fonts. It also brings with it the first stable 64-bit builds.
Are you using the Google Chrome Canary or Dev Channel on your Mac? There's a 64-bit surprise for you.
Google has brought native 64 bit builds of Chrome for Windows to beta channel users, two months after debuting builds on the developer channel.
Google has finally released native 64-bit builds of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8, albeit as development builds aimed at developers and brave testers.