Google One’s VPN comes on Mac and Windows
You no longer need to take out your phone to use it Google One Virtual Private Network. Google has chest Single VPN apps for Mac and Windows. Just like on mobile, a VPN encrypts and hides your internet traffic. You can’t use it to access content from other regions like with some VPNs, but it should help if you’re concerned about exposing your IP address (potentially useful for tracking) or using a public hotspot.
A VPN requires a minimum of $10 per month for a Google One 2TB plan, although you can share access with up to five other people. Desktop support is available in all 22 countries where the service is available, including the US, Canada, Mexico, the UK, and much of Europe. You’ll need at least macOS Big Sur or Windows 10. There’s a caveat – while the Mac app works for x86 and ARM users, the Windows app doesn’t support 32-bit or ARM-based systems. You’ll have to look elsewhere if you’re hoping to secure a file Surface Pro running ARM.
As before, Google has independent bodies that review its VPN. It also shares the source code of its application libraries to ensure transparency. An audit of desktop applications will be announced in the “coming weeks”.
It can be said that desktop applications have lagged a lot VPN Providers It has long supported multiple platforms. This is not necessarily the best option, depending on your needs. Mozilla’s VPN includes regional server options for $60 a year, and you can even get a file Opera VPN Free If you are only concerned about protecting your browser activity. Google’s perk remains the package – you’re really buying cloud storage which includes a VPN among its perks.
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