Choosing a web browser is as subjective as your preference for PC or Mac, and Google Chrome remains a hugely popular choice for many people, regardless of platform. It combines a search engine with various useful features, including bookmarks, enhanced customization, and an incognito mode.
32-bit vs. 64-bit
Google Chrome is available for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems. In terms of design and implementation, there’s no difference. However, Chrome 64-bit is faster, more secure, and more stable.
Alternative web browsers for Windows, such as Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox, are also available as 64-bit versions. For now, we’ll look at how Google Chrome differentiates itself from its competition.
Everything in one
Chrome’s most significant advantage is that it incorporates the Google search engine. Over 6,000,000,000 searches are made every day using Google. Its search algorithm is considered the most powerful and accurate, and building this feature into a browser is a no-brainer.
Chrome incorporates easy access to a range of apps, from Maps, the Play Store, Google Translate, Gmail, Google Docs, and much more. It’s also possible to install thousands of browser extensions from ad-blocks to VPNs.
User-friendliness is arguably the main selling point of Chrome 64-bit. Other than the apps mentioned above, every time you open a new browser it includes links to your most visited and recent sites. You can also add multiple bookmark sites, change the language, your location, and user profile security options.
Everything, from accessing these features to upgrading Chrome, can be accomplished via the menu. Chrome also has an intuitive download manager and advanced settings for those who like to tinker with coding.
Google Chrome 64-bit continues to be a fast, secure web browser for Windows. Its incognito mode adds an extra layer of security as only bookmarks and downloads are saved. The only reason not to use Chrome is if you have loyalty to another browser. But even if you do, why don’t you give Chrome a try?
Should you download it?
Yes. Even though browser preference is subjective, Chrome is robust, accessible, and extremely user-friendly. It can be installed directly in your existing browser, too.