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Google has confirmed that it is pushing out a latest upgrade to its Chrome Browser. The latest upgrade to the Chrome browser will make it possible to automatically switch from 32 bit to 64 bit on compatible Windows Machines.

Google Chrome is said to be the more efficient browser with greater performance and security. There are times when users don’t regularly use their PCs and do not upgrade their Chrome Browser.

Hence with the latest Chrome Version 58, Google makes it a point that users are automatically migrated to 64 bit browser. The new version delivers improved performance, better memory management and more secure experience. In order to run it users will need a compatible computer with 64 bit processor and atleast 4GB of RAM and 64 bit version of Windows installed.

If users don’t prefer to migrate to the 64 bit version despite owning a compatible PC the company says its 32 bit version of Chrome will still continue to be available for those who need it. The company has also given the users the option to disable Chrome updates to avoid any automatic installation.

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