Months after Google announced Chrome Beta 64-bit a decent Beta version is available.
If you have been using the Developer edition or the Canary one, you can now use a more stable version. Even though this is more stable build, we do have to keep in mind that it is still a Beta version and there will be errors. This 64-bit Chrome Beta will support Windows 7 and 8 and you will definitely love that if you are upgrading your bookmarks and settings will be saved.
The reason this 64-bit Chrome Beta was created was to make better use of your computers resources and that way offer more security and a faster and richer experience. It only took Google 8 weeks to release this Beta version so you know that the final version is not that far away.
That is definitely a good thing for those who are hesitant on installing Beta software onto their computers. But, if you laugh in the face of danger and have no trouble in trying out the Beta version, go ahead an enjoy it!