These days, almost all leading browser vendors provide web-based installers for their browsers. It is actually helpful for the users, as the web based installers install the most appropriate and latest version of the software by detecting user’s system configuration and settings.
On the other hand, the offline installers are version and platform architecture dependent. The only benefit of the offline installers is that users don’t need internet connectivity for installation and the same application can be installed on multiple machines having similar configuration or architecture.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera browsers now offer stub installers by default. Thankfully, you can still download the full offline installers and reuse it if required. To download offline installer for Google Chrome on Windows 10, visit this page using any web browser on Windows platform. If you are using any other operating system, click on the “Download Chrome for another platform” link on the page. The 32 bit or 64 bit version would be selected automatically depending upon the system architecture.
Google Chrome 64-bit Offline Installer
Although the above standalone installer downloading page automatically selects 32-bit or 64-bit configuration, but if you are looking for Google Chrome offline installer for 64-bit Windows 10, you should follow this web link, which provides you the option to download this specific version of Chrome. According to Google, the 64-bit version of Chrome offers great speed, stability and security improvements.
You should try the 64-bit version of Chrome if you are facing any performance issue with Chrome on Windows.