Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by dude905, Aug 13, 2017.
Does anybody use this with windows 10 ?
Me Nord VPN
I use NordVPN and I'm very happy with the service that they provide.
Well thanks for the input I'm curious in windows 10 Network they have VPN do you guys use it as well or just the software from where ever ?
program software here from nord VPN itself
PPTP + L2TP/IPSEC work flawlessly
Yeah did that untill nord changed something hehe
Thanks again... I'm kinda surprised not many are using a vpn
Opera browser apparently has built in VPN and is capable of downloading torrents, is this a viable option?
CyberGhost 6 here
The Opera that has the built in VPN (the new Opera) does not provide downloading torrents.
Bugger. I don't use it but it looked like a freebie option. For the record I also use CyberGhost, very happy with it.
I've tried them all. I use hide.me now, it's the fastest one and 0 logging policy
Private Internet Access here.
I use Nord VPN just started .............new to VPN
I've been using Windscribe. Fast speeds, good client, has extensions for Firefox and Chrome, doesn't keep logs.
Another Windscribe user here. It works great. Although it's based in Canada, one of the "five eyes" countries, I trust it for all but the most incriminating internet activities. For that I use TAILS. When I say "incriminating internet activities", I mean things that could be used against me in the U.S. For instance, I've heard of people being raided for doing searches of "pressure cooker bombs" used in the Boston Marathon bombings. I have no desire to build a bomb, but I sure as hell don't want to get raided for an innocent search of how the hell they did it. What I do searches on is none of the U.S. governments business, and I intend to keep it that way. A VPN is necessary now in the U.S. and other countries since everything you do online is recorded somewhere. So, unless you only post cat pictures on facebook, a VPN is a necessity in 2017 and beyond.
I've been using Private Internet Access for several years now. I recently tried moving from Eset to Webroot and had a lot of problems connecting to PIA, so I went back to Eset.
There is a decentralized VPN called Mysterium Network. Have anyone tried it?
have had PureVPN for Windows 3 weeks and can complement on the stability and speed(up to 8 MiB/s on BT)