This development aims to substantially improve the user experience for those using ARM-based devices.
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Google has taken a significant step towards optimizing Google Chrome for devices with ARM-based processors, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Book laptops. Until now, Windows users with ARM processors have faced challenges when running Google Chrome, as the existing version, designed for x64 architectures, often ran in emulated mode, affecting performance.
The latest news is that Google has started beta testing a native ARM64 version of Google Chrome, which is already available in the nightly builds of the Canary channel. This development aims for a substantial improvement in the user experience for those using ARM-based devices, such as the Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book 2 Go, Galaxy Book 3 Go, and Galaxy Book 2 Pro with Snapdragon processors.
The native ARM64 version of Google Chrome arrives in time for Windows laptops with Snapdragon X Elite
Chrome users have long awaited a native version specifically designed for ARM processors, as this promises more efficient performance and a smoother browsing experience. Emulation of previous versions has not been optimal, and the availability of a beta version for testing suggests that Google is taking concrete steps towards a more suitable solution.
This development is relevant at a time when ARM-based laptops, such as those equipped with the Snapdragon X Elite processor, are gaining ground in the market. Samsung, has announced plans to launch a Galaxy Book laptop with the Snapdragon X Elite processor later this year.
The beta version of Google Chrome for ARM64 processors is exciting news for users of Samsung Galaxy Book devices and other ARM-based technology. This move by Google could open new possibilities and enhance the browsing experience for those who have opted for devices with ARM-based processors in the Windows ecosystem. Although the current version is in beta testing, the stable version is expected to arrive in the future, providing a more efficient and optimized solution for the growing user base of ARM devices.
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