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    Most reliable VPN ?


    Having endless problems with TunnelBear which keeps crashing so can anyone recommend a reliable VPN with reasonable monthly charges....

    Thanks
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    Arcadian said: View Post
    Having endless problems with TunnelBear which keeps crashing so can anyone recommend a reliable VPN with reasonable monthly charges....

    Thanks
    Give Winscribe a whirl.

    https://windscribe.com/upgrade
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    The Opera Browser has built in Free VPN
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    vgkfan83 said: View Post
    Give Winscribe a whirl.

    https://windscribe.com/upgrade
    Using Firefox, got stuck for some reason as in pic....?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Windscribe.jpg  
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    Arcadian said: View Post
    Using Firefox, got stuck for some reason as in pic....?
    Windscribe has to be downloaded as an .exe from their website. I'm not sure if you can set it up as a VPN in Settings.
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    vgkfan83 said: View Post
    Windscribe has to be downloaded as an .exe from their website. I'm not sure if you can set it up as a VPN in Settings.
    Nor me I'd just followed their instructions never seeing anything about downloading.

    Anyway all installed but no idea what to do next with the small black panel to get into a Swedish history website, as its saying in Swedish that the programme can only be seen in Sweden....

    https://www.oppetarkiv.se/video/1336547/drottning-av-sverige-avsnitt-1-av-6
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    First of all, ya gotta sign up for an account

    https://windscribe.com/signup

    Guess i failed to mention that. . I think that gives you 5GB free. . Then, somewhere it will ask you to tweet and share it on twitter and it'll give you 15GB free per month. . .
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    Opened a free account ok and now have 10GB which is fine but can't get in to the link....
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    Arcadian said: View Post
    Opened a free account ok and now have 10GB which is fine but can't get in to the link....
    That's weird. I can view it just fine.
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    It's probably because I've never used Windscribe before so don't know what to do....
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