Best free VPN forWindows?

By davidward8668 ·
I would suggest Dew VPN.

Here are some of the features that stand out to me:
Unlimited speeds
Unlimited bandwidth
Forever FREE
24/7/365 support
No Logs Kept, 100% Private

I can also tell you, from personal experience I found it to be faster than other VPNs. This is mostly due to the fact that is has so many servers worldwide, thus improving your chances of having your communications encrypted by a server that is near you.
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Best free VPN forWindows?

by neokinetic In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

Sounds good. Will check out this DewVPN.

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Best free VPN forWindows

by marks567217 In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

Use ExpressVPN it is also free.

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Free VPN

by jhask564 In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

If you are looking for the free VPN then there are many VPN that can be used freely. some suggestion for this is Windscribe, Nord VPN, Proton VPN etc.

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Best free VPN

by Michael Toner In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

I have used this VPN. It is faster than other ones and there no loading time. Dew is the best one to use.

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Avoid Free VPNs

by edwardmaxem In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

Well, I personally recommend don't try free VPNs as most of the time you didn't get the security of your data or identity when you're surfing on the internet or unblocking geo-restricted content, it's better to get such VPNs which have some credibility in the VPN market and it's obvious they're not free at all.

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Nothing is free

by MabelVanAsperen In reply to Best free VPN forWindows?

Good point @edwardmaxem. The sun, the trees, the flowers - they're all for free but very little is free on the internet. "Privacy assured"- yes but how and by whom? Without paying and a legally binding contract nothing seems assured. Quite the contrary in fact: how and by whom are these 'free' services paid for?

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