Start64!As we've reported to you yesterday, Google launched the first testing builds of Chrome 64-bit for Windows, finally giving users running 64-bit Microsoft operating systems hope for an even faster, stable, and secure experience when browsing the web.

Google Chrome 64-bit for Windows is still in development stage, so it's now available only from the Dev and Canary channels, which means that it's only natural to expect the browser to be unstable and come with some bugs.

We've already tested the new version intensively after the official launch and we can now finally give a verdict: the existing build is full of bugs, but it's insanely fast and seems to be much superior to the 32-bit version in terms of page loading times.