Upgrading the browser's bit count has made it faster and more secure, according to Google.
The 64-bit Chrome for Windows build first arrived in preview builds for developers in June, and this is the first time the general public has had access to a steady build.
The beta is available now from Google's official Chrome releases page.
"The new version replaces the existing version while preserving all your settings and bookmarks, so there's no need to uninstall a current installation of Chrome," Google's release blog promises.
However it's important to remember that as a beta version of Chrome, this 64-bit release is likely far from stable.
If you do encounter any bugs you can let Google know on this Chromium code page.
In the meantime the less adventurous out there might want to wait for a full, official release of Google's 64-bit Chrome for Windows, which is more than likely right around the corner.
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