Question Looking for a vpn

Aug 7, 2020
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Hey guys I am looking for a good, solid, 100% free vpn the vpn must have no data speed limits and no logging?
Also must have good customer support and windows compatible.

What do you guys use, recommend?

Please no negative comments.

I look forward to hearing from you thanks Gab
 

PC Tailor

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Welcome to the forums my friend!

Unfortunately, these are partly what paid services are for, and ultimately, a free one is usually taking something from you, it's just usually hidden, thus why they can afford to be free. But based on that, your best bet could be something like ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.com/free-vpn?utm_campaign=ww-all-2a-vpn-gro_aff-tune&utm_medium=link&utm_source=aid-1046&utm_content=10

No logging and no data allowance limit. Of course because it's free also comes with it's downsides. Such as not being as fast.
https://www.tomsguide.com/uk/best-picks/best-free-vpn

Myself and most people I know in this area all use paid VPNs. I use NordVPN.
 
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I did a Google search on "Free VPN reviews 2020", which returned dozens of "Top N" reviews. Usually when I am evaluating something like this I make up a spreadsheet with suppliers as the rows and features as the columns. Then as I read the reviews and discover new features, I develop a much better understanding of the field or product. Let Consumer Reports become your best friend. The magazine does not evaluate everything, but when it does it is excellent. You have to buy a monthly subscription (about $7 as I recall) to access their recent reviews. PC Magazine does good evaluations also. Most major libraries subscribe to these knowledge sources, which you can read usually for free.

It can take a half day or more to develop a product or service matrix, and at least a day or more to let the most salient product features surface to the top of your mind. Don't be in too great a hurry, as you may have to live with your decision for a while.
 
Your problem is what are you willing to give them if not your money. The company running these sites must pay for bandwidth, servers, electricity etc etc and likely would like to get some money themselves.

Most the ones that pretend to be free have very nasty stuff in them. The worst offender was running bitcoin miner 24x7 on your machine even when the vpn was not active. Others inject advertising into web pages or constantly popup ads. Others have been caught running key stroke captures.
When there are so many for between $3 and $5/month why would you take the risk.
 
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Aug 7, 2020
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Welcome to the forums my friend!

Unfortunately, these are partly what paid services are for, and ultimately, a free one is usually taking something from you, it's just usually hidden, thus why they can afford to be free. But based on that, your best bet could be something like ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.com/free-vpn?utm_campaign=ww-all-2a-vpn-gro_aff-tune&utm_medium=link&utm_source=aid-1046&utm_content=10

No logging and no data allowance limit. Of course because it's free also comes with it's downsides. Such as not being as fast.
https://www.tomsguide.com/uk/best-picks/best-free-vpn

Myself and most people I know in this area all use paid VPNs. I use NordVPN.
Thanks for your help.
 
Aug 7, 2020
6
0
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I did a Google search on "Free VPN reviews 2020", which returned dozens of "Top N" reviews. Usually when I am evaluating something like this I make up a spreadsheet with suppliers as the rows and features as the columns. Then as I read the reviews and discover new features, I develop a much better understanding of the field or product. Let Consumer Reports become your best friend. The magazine does not evaluate everything, but when it does it is excellent. You have to buy a monthly subscription (about $7 as I recall) to access their recent reviews. PC Magazine does good evaluations also. Most major libraries subscribe to these knowledge sources, which you can read usually for free.

It can take a half day or more to develop a product or service matrix, and at least a day or more to let the most salient product features surface to the top of your mind. Don't be in too great a hurry, as you may have to live with your decision for a while.
Thanks for your help.
 
Aug 7, 2020
6
0
10
0
Your problem is what are you willing to give them if not your money. The company running these sites must pay for bandwidth, servers, electricity etc etc and likely would like to get some money themselves.

Most the ones that pretend to be free have very nasty stuff in them. The worst offender was running bitcoin miner 24x7 on your machine even when the vpn was not active. Others inject advertising into web pages or constantly popup ads. Others have been caught running key stroke captures.
When there are so many for between $3 and $5/month why would you take the risk.
Thanks for your help.
 

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