Hi @roger_m, I did not know that.My favourite is BulletVPN
- I consistently get very good speeds and they have seven servers in my country (Australia) which is more than a lot VPNs have.
- CPU from their client, always remains at 0% when accessing the internet. With many VPNs there is a small amount of CPU use when accessing the internet.
- It seems that they are trustworthy.
- Their customer support is excellent.
I bought a lifetime license from StackSocial for $39.
- Their Windows VPN client has limited features. For example you can't configure it to launch at Windows startup. But it does have a kill switch.
I was previously using Windscribe. I also consistently got very good speeds with them and no CPU use from their client. I ditched them due to poor customer support. If not for the disappointing support, I would still be using it.
With regards to CPU use, my previous laptop had bad thermal management, which meant that even the constant low CPU use from VPNs, was enough to cause very audible fan noise. If not for that, the CPU use from other VPNs wouldn't have been an issue really.
@FireHammer I used VyprVPN briefly at the start of the year, but in my case, I constantly had anywhere from around 10 to 20 CPU use from their service. Their customer support said I could expect up to 95% CPU use on a 2nd gen i5 processor.
Ignore this post. After doing more research WARP+ is questionable. It does what it says in that it is encrypting and re-routing your connection but it's not anonymizing you. It's collecting data about the websites you connect to and what device you are using.Cloudflare WARP+. I don't have it. Only had the trial.
+Its speed is identical to my Internet
+Wireguard Rust implementation
+better peering than your own ISP
+IPs are not blacklisted yet or impossible to blacklist
-Can Cloudflare be trusted? You decide
All of these things (minus last two) translate to extremely low packet loss which translates into a perceived faster Internet speed. Plus they are planning to enable true post-quantum encryption soon.
I personally use Windscribe Pro because it's lifetime and it has DNS based blocking which comes in handy on Android.
My favourite is BulletVPN
I used VyprVPN briefly at the start of the year, but in my case, I constantly had anywhere from around 10 to 20 CPU use from their service. Their customer support said I could expect up to 95% CPU use on a 2nd gen i5 processor.