Google has revealed that it is working to deliver a 64-bit port of its Chrome browser for Linux users.
Chrome was released almost exactly a year ago, and is currently available in 32-bit versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
However, 64-bit on the desktop is much more commonplace in the Linux world, and Google is likely to be responding to pressure from Linux users for a 64-bit release.
The 64-bit version under development is actually a port of Chromium, the open-source code on which the release version for Windows is based.
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