If you're a Chrome-surfing Mac user with a system that doesn't allow the use of a 32-bit operating system then you might want to think about upgrading, lest thee be cut off from the glorious interweb. That's because Google has announced that as of November, the 64-bit version Chrome for Mac will be the only version available.
According to Google the majority of Mac users have 64-bit systems anyway, so the move won't actually affect that many people. That sucks if you're one of the minority that still uses a 32-bit system, but maybe an upgrade wouldn't be such a bad thing? If that's out of the question then you can always switch to Safari. [Chromium Blog via Engadget]