That's great! Sounds like a great product. Like I said, I haven't tried it and I am not trying to trash-talk about your software, this is my first comment on this thread. But if you're a dev for the program, that sounds like a really agressive marketing strategy.
Your 'marketing strategy' is blasting and lying about about competition. The way you behave on social media is just childish and real company shouldn't be doing this. Build your company on success and not playing stupid games.
To be fair almost all of them accuse each other of the same violations and shadiness. Though I’m not a fan of the meme posts, I find Windscribe is actually less shady than most.Your 'marketing strategy' is blasting and lying about about competition. The way you behave on social media is just childish and real company shouldn't be doing this. Build your company on success and not playing stupid games.
@windscribe thank you for taking the time of answering to me. I searched only about your software and indeed it looks interesting. I have a few questions that are not intentioned to argue, but to be informed for my next purchase, since my VPN subscription expires this year. I see you're located in Canada, part of the Five Eyes. Nevertheless I see you keep no logs, but you do keep some information like user databases, connection time and bandwith use. This leads me to think that if a federal agency wanted to know if X e-mail is Windscribe user and if he or she was connected at a several time/day of the year, you could and would give them this information, is this correct?
Also, what kind of information does ROBERT collect? About the sites and personal information?
Send a debug log immediately after this happens, and email support. We'll take a look.I've been using Windscribe for about a year and am very happy with it. I consistently get high speeds and like that there is no CPU use when browsing the web, unlike most VPNs where there is a little CPU use.
The only issue I have, is that on some of my computers, it has trouble reconnecting to a server after being in sleep mode and I have to manually click the On/Off switch, twice to to connect. But that's something I need to talk to technical support about and doesn't worry me too much.
@windscribe Garry is a heartless robot please fire him
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EDIT: WOW the speed... I'm using the free trial and the servers speed in south america are much more faster than NordVPN's... God save us all. I still don't see the option to choose servers according to their function, like P2P, which I believe then it doesn't have?