Google launches Google Chrome 64-bit version for Windows 7 and Windows 8 as Beta Channel
Google announced, on 30th July 2014, the launch of Google Chrome 64-bit Beta Channel for Windows 7 and Windows 8. This version is expected to be much faster than its 32-bit counterpart, especially in graphics and multimedia content. Moreover, it is much more safer because of its ability to leverage the new Windows Os features such as High Entropy ASLR on Windows 8 and more stable with few crashes during general use.
After installation, this version preserves all your settings and bookmarks and hence no un-installation of the previous version is required. A full list of changes for this version is available in the SVN Log. You can report any issue with this release at CRBug.
Since it is in beta mode, so few bugs are expected but a stable release might not be too far considering the fact that it has been launched within a relatively short time from the Canary Channels & Dev Channels.
Here is a link to Chrome Release Channels >>>>> The Chromium Projects
>>>>> Google’s Blog Post