I just installed Chrome 64-bit over the 32-bit version. I guess that is OK??

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  1. Krusty

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    I'm on a roll!

    I just installed Chrome 64-bit over the 32-bit version. I guess that is OK??
     
  2. Krusty

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    Chrome installed the 64-bit version in C:\\Program Files (x86). Is this normal?

    I tried uninstalling / reinstalling and Chrome installed back in C:\\Program Files (x86).
     
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    hi
    maybe it's offtopic
    but is the a easy way to visit a webpage (like a bank account) without any extensions(components) ?
    thanks
     
  6. Minimalist

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    Switching to incognito mode should disable extensions by default.
     
  7. mantra

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    hi
    but in can see all the extension via process hacker loaded
    thanks Minimalist
     
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    Use a portable version? Download, unpack, login, logout, delete.
     
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    hi
    i don't use a portable version
     
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    I found this interesting.

    I just ran this benchmark test - http://peacekeeper.futuremark.com/ - on all browsers installed on one of my Windows 10 x64 machines.

    Here are the results:

    1. Firefox 42.0 (64-bit) = 4043
    2. Chrome 46.0.2490.80 m (64-bit) = 3575
    3. Edge = 2152 [This test did not recognise Edge and it was detected as Chrome 42.0.2311.135]
    4. IE 11 = 2027
    I'm not exactly sure what that means but YAY for Firefox.
     
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