Google ChromeA few weeks ago, Google released the 64-bit version of the popular Chrome browser and promised increased stability, security, and speed. We were curious to learn how many of these promises are true, and share what you gain and lose when using the 64-bit version of this browser. We have used this browser for a couple of days and ran several benchmarks. Here's what you get when using the 64-bit version of Google Chrome instead of the 32-bit version.
Google Chrome 64-bit vs. 32-bit - Performance in Benchmarks
We started by testing the new browser in several benchmarks: Peacekeepers, SunSpider, HTML5 test and Rightware Browsermark. Each benchmark except the HTML5 test were run three times and we recorded the average score.
The HTML5 test score is an indication of how well your browser supports the HTML5 standard and its related specifications. As you can see from this graph, the 64-bit version of Google Chrome offers the same level of support for the HTML5 standard as the 32-bit version.