A 64-bit version of the Google Chrome browser is now ready, but Windows users will still have some time to wait for their version.
Additionally there is now a native 64-bit (amd64) build available to Ubuntu users, by way of an Ubuntu Launchpad PPA (Personal Package Archive).
This is good news for 64-bit Linux users.
It could also signal a potential direction for Chrome OS as an operating systems that will be 64-bit capable out of the box. Though, I’m not sure that 64-bit is a major issue for Chrome OS, since the way I understand it is that it’s initially targeting netbooks which are not known for their 64-bit processors.
What about Windows?