What is VPN and How it Works?
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a service that allows you to connect to the Internet via an encrypted tunnel to ensure your online privacy and protect your sensitive data.
A VPN is commonly used to secure connection to a public Wi-FI hotspot, hide IP address, and make your browsing private. A VPN can hide a lot of information that can put your privacy at risk.
- Your browsing history
- Your IP address and location
- Your location for streaming
- Your devices
- Your web activity — to maintain internet freedom
In very simple words, a VPN connects your PC, smartphone, or tablet to a computer (called a server) elsewhere on the Internet, and allows you to browse the Internet using that computer’s Internet connection.
So if that server is in a different country, then it will appear that you are coming from that country, and you can access things that you would not normally do.
How to setup VPN on Windows 10
There are a lot of ways to use VPN on Windows 10, many service providers like ExpressVPN, Surfshark, and NordVPN are always ready to give you service.
But not all people can purchase this service because they can’t afford it. So today I am going to teach you how you can use free unlimited VPN on windows 10.
In this video, I have shown you how you can use free unlimited VPN chrome extension on Windows 10. We can use 4 countries’ servers on free, but if you want to use other countries’ servers you need to purchase a paid plan.
When you activate any server, immediately your current IP will be changed. Whatever activities you do, everywhere VPN plays an intermediary role.
All we know PUBG is banned in India, but when we activate the United States server on a VPN, then we can easily play the game. Not only that we can use Facebook from China by using a VPN.
Please don’t think you are completely hidden from everybody. If you do any illegal activity on the internet, the government can easily catch you.
VPN has a lot of good uses, such as it can protect you from hackers and it can hide your real IP from the Internet, and so on so on.