Google Chrome 64 bit along with Chrome 32 bit installation

Hello,
I tried installing Chrome 32 bit and Chrome 64 bit.  Initially I had the 64 bit installed.
I searched here at EE and I searched the internet for instructions on how to install Chrome 32 bit along with Chrome 64 bit, much like I now have IE on Win 7.
I now have Chrome 32 bit installed.
Might anyone know how to have both of these browsers installed in Win 7?
chimaAsked:
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Craig KehlerDirector of Customer Service & Community RelationsCommented:
If you want to test them side by side it looks like you can run Install the Dev channel and Canary channels side by side. See http://www.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel 
Note, you can run the Canary channel builds alongside any other channel, as they do not share profiles with other channels.
I haven't tried this yet but your question peaked my interest. I'd recommend trying this out on a virtual machine or one you can easily restore.
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rindiCommented:
You don't need to install chrome. You can rather use PortableApps. There is a lot of software available for PortableApps, including 32 and 64 bit google chrome, Firefox 32 and 64 bit etc.

The nice thing about ProtableApps is you don't really need to install anything, and you can cop it to a USB stick and take it along with you, and start it on any PC that runs Windows and allows you to use USB sticks. Most of the Software I use is a PortableApp:

http://portableapps.com

http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/google_chrome_portable
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chimaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I took the risk and installed Canary into my main computer.  Canary was installed over the 32 bit version, but then I installed the 32 bit version and this time Canary was not over written.  Now I have both.
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