Every Google Chrome 64-bit browser has the same user features. For business executives, Google Chrome for Work provides group policy support with intermediate settings, a special .msi * installer and automatic volume updates.
With Google Chrome for Work, business administrators can create specific pre-loaded installers with custom extensions.
Stay organized with tabs
Tabs help you stay organized, track multiple pages, and multiple tasks. You can group tabs together to better organize or pin tabs to automatically open the websites you use the most.
More control over your media
Easily control audio and video playback on any Chrome tab. Open the media hub to access playback controls or extract the video to view it in picture-in-picture mode.
Keep your separate accounts and profiles
With profiles, you can store all your Chrome information separately, such as bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings. Profiles are ready to share the computer with multiple people, or to keep your personal accounts separate, such as from work and personal.
We do not have log information for the current version of Google Chrome for Work 64-bit version 89.0.4389.90. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, built with free software components from Apple WebKit and Mozilla Firefox.  It was later transferred to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android, where it is the default browser.  The browser is also a major part of Chrome OS, where it serves as a platform for web applications.
Why Google Chrome 64-bit WebKit was the first engine to offer, but Google eventually failed to build a Blink engine;  All Chrome versions except iOS now use Blink. 
As of October 2021, StatCounter estimates that Chrome has a market share of 68% worldwide (after a 72.38% increase in November 2018) on personal computers (PCs),  is widely used in tablets (past Safari), and is also prominent on smartphones,   and 65% of all platforms combined.  As a result of this success, Google has extended the brand name “Chrome” to other products: Chrome OS, Chromecast, Chromebook, Chromebit, Chromebox, and Chrome base.