7 replies on Chrome 64-bit or Chrome 32-bit: Download the version you want, for Windows 10 or older

  1. Mike Andrew says:

    Nice article. I have to say, though, that the 64-bit version of the browser is available in every single language the 32-bit version is. Check that and you’ll see. I really want to know where you found this info.

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      This is weird Mike. If you go to the Google Chrome website: https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/

      You have the 64-bit download link only when you access the English version of the website. If you access the French, German or any other localized version, the option for downloading the 64-bit version goes away.

      • Mike Andrew says:

        :)) Now I understand what you meant. But this doesn’t mean Chrome 64-bit it’s not available in these languages. You can change the language in the settings. You could tell that the download is not available on the localized website. The text expresses the wrong idea, I think.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How to install on a different folder?
    How to have both 32Bits & 64Bits versions installed on same PC same user?

    • anonymous says:

      That last question means:
      -How to have both (32Bits & 64Bits) installed at same time, so can run 32Bits or 64Bits without installing anything (and also without Internet access, for local *.html, etc).

      Another question is how to run both (32Bits & 64Bits) at the same time?

      P.D.: The installer does not ask where to install and it installs where previous version is… horrible… 64 bit version got installed on a sub folder on .Program Files (x86) folder!!!

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