Google published a 64-bit Chrome Beta for Windows
Google is slow to release a 64-bit version of Chrome from a really long time. Users of earlier builds of the browser, also called Canary (orange Chrome), have a pre-release version of 64-bit application for quite some time, but it is not very stable.
We have good news – you can download the official and a much more stable beta to use as the primary browser. Of course, we should not forget that it comes pre-build, which, although quite stable, there are some problems. Google does not recommend changing the core, 32-bit browser, but most people say they do not observe serious problems. We expect the final 64-bit version to be online in a few weeks. To test the browser, you must use Windows 7 or Windows 8. Download it here.