64 Bit Chrome Browser for Mac OS X
I don't understand why Google will not work on a 64 Bit version of the Chrome Browser.
Still I don't see any authentic release of Chrome 64 Bit by Google or even the Chromium Project.
We definitely require one that is secure and trustable.
It is an "open-source project to help move the web forward." unless corporate politics get in the way.
Chrome is one of the least efficient programs that I run on OS X. Safari consistently uses fewer resources, even when I leave the same tabs open in both Apps, yet the Safari add-ons for Evernote, google talk, and google translate are not nearly as reliable as what is available in Chrome. I wish that we didn't have to make such tradeoffs with browsers.
Ironically, some of the biggest resource hogs within chrome are the ones built by Google. For instance, Google Hangouts is the worst. I can process raw images all day without generating enough heat for my fan to spin up, but it spins up within seconds of launching a Google hangout. One day, we're going to start rating how much battery different apps burn through and judging them accordingly. Chrome will not fare well.
And running on 32bit I can't use all my webservices. Until Chrome isn't available in a 64bit version I have to use an alternative webbrowser.
Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community.
Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum. The greater the participation, the higher the level. Everyone starts at level 1 and can rise to level 10. These activities can increase your level in a forum:
- Post an answer.
- Having your answer selected as the best answer.
- Having your post rated as helpful.
- Vote up a post.
- Correctly mark a topic or post as abuse.
Having a post marked and removed as abuse will slow a user's advance in levels.
View profile in forum?
To view this member's profile, you need to leave the current Help page.
Report abuse in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To report abuse, you need to leave the current Help page.
Reply in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To reply, you need to leave the current Help page.