It’s been a very long time since I touched the subject of VPN services (VPN stands for virtual private network), computer and Internet security in general (the last time would be when we hosted a giveaway for Cyberghost back in 2016). However, as you might already know, more and more people are looking for ways to protect their privacy on the Internet (not to mention everything that’s valuable to them, such as bank account and Paypal information, etc.).
I can’t blame people for doing that though, since it’s become quite clear to a lot of people that it’s no longer enough to have just an anti-maleware, firewall and anti-virus protection software on your computer. You see, I (just like many others) like to have my IP address protected so that others can’t look into my browser history and so on (such as my Internet service provider, Internet stalkers, or just creepy people in general).
Simply put, I want to stay anonymous on the Internet. It’s also great to know that my data and communications are encrypted (Skype, e-mail, you name it!). As awesome as that might sound though, it’s something of a jungle out there when it comes to finding a VPN service that fits your needs. Especially if you have just started to learn about VPN and its benefits, fair not though!
Because topvpnchoice.com has written a really good article about VPNs for Windows (there’s also a post for top VPNS in the US, top VPS for iphone, Gaming, Twitter, MAC and Android). As a matter of fact, Top VPN Choice has taken the liberty to handpick the ten best (in their opinion) VPN services on the market right now.
Furthermore, they have also written a really good summary for what VPN is all about, and what a VPN service could do for you on your Windows (computer Cyber security, privacy, corporate and national restrictions, you name it!).
There’s even an easy to understand guide for how you set up everything based on your needs. You also got a pretty good summary for each and every one of the VPN services that Top VPN Choice has listed in their post (there’s even a main advantages, score, price and link for each service). In other words, it shouldn’t be too hard for you to find a VPN service that will suit you the best.
As for me. I’m going to have to read up on this matter (which VPN service that will suit me the best), because it’s been quite a while since I looked into which VPN services that’s currently available on the market.
Robin “V-Act” Ek
Editor in chief
The Gaming Ground
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