Who would have 10-15 years ago said that the browser on the computer to be one of the most demanding programs? Internet has become the system itself, and browsers are becoming more CPU resources and memory, on any device that is used. To catch up with Safari and Internet Explorer on this issue, Google has prepared a 64-bit Chrome for browsing the web. 64-bit programs and systems are desirable not only because they better take advantage of modern hardware, it may be exempt from certain redundant code. It is pointed out that the 64-bit Chrome to be 25% faster than conventional versions, but the improvement seen in the field of security and stability. Certain changes in Windows 8 system will enable the 64-bit Chrome browser to be safer, and points out that “cracking” when rendering half as the 64-bit versions of the program. 64-bit Chrome is still not ready, but points out that Google beta test offer soon.