32-bit Chrome browser will automatically migrate to 64 on 64-bit Windows

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Funny thing, there are people with 64-bit version of Windows on their PC but still, have the 32-bit version of Chrome browser. Despite the fact that the 64-bit version of Google Chrome has been around for awhile now, but it has remained at the user’s discretion to upgrade from 32-bit.

That was until Google decided that they will make that choice for you. If you are running 64-bit Windows, your 32-bit Chrome will automatically migrate to the 64-bit version.

64-bit Chrome is better than 32-bit

Don’t be alarmed, this ‘forceful’ migration from 32-bit to 64-bit is probably the best thing for you. The 64-bit version gives you better memory management, improved graphics performance, more importantly, better security. Innov8tiv has featured, reasons why you should migrate to the 64-bit version of Chrome before, for more details, click on the link below:

Why you should upgrade to 64-bit version of Chrome right now

Google announced that starting with Chrome version 58 if your system is running 64-bit version of Windows and you have at least 4GB of RAM. You will be migrated to Chrome 64-bit automatically.

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