A few years back, using a virtual private network (VPN) was a thing you found tech people doing and people who were paranoid about the Internet. Now, it’s quite common, and we understand why.
Enabling a VPN while connected to the Internet is almost as common as opening a web browser. The improved security that a VPN brings is invaluable and keeps hackers away.
The Windows operating systems are well-prepared for connecting to VPN, either by using built-in VPN clients or by allowing third party application to encrypt your Internet traffic. Find out why bats have a special relation with windows, how to set up a VPN on PC, and how to choose your Windows VPN provider wisely.