So far it seems as though the add on VPN works better than anything else . But not by much . And not consistently . I haven't set up a real VPN yet .
First thing i would do is setup a real vpn that's the only way you are running a true vpn service ... there are a few good free ones out there
Because I keep seeing articles like this :
Free VPN services may cost nothing but there is usually a good reason
for that - it means the provider will be turning a profit in some other
way, usually with invasive advertising or by selling your browsing data
to third-parties (rather defeating the whole drive for privacy in the
services tend to limit the amount of data you can use and the speed you
can use it at, rendering them useless for streaming video, torrenting
or as an extra layer of reliable security in your day-to-day online
life. And don't expect the kind of easy access support or server range
that you get with the paid services, either.
So before we get
stuck in to our list of the best free VPN downloads, it's worth knowing
that a paid-for version can cost as little as $2.50 per month and will
give you much better performance and protection.