Q&A What is your absolute favorite VPN-Service?

Freud2004

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I am now trying OPENVPN, not bad for free VPN service a little latency

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amirr

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@FireHammer Having two different VPNs installed, doesn't conflict with each other?
I ask this because I read:
" I always use a fresh install, so some other company's VPN leftovers aren't clogging up the system and possibly influencing results."
 
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amirr

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My friend said that if two VPNs are both well made, then installing both on Windows shouldn't make any problems considering you use one of them at a time.
 
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Freud2004

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@FireHammer Having two different VPNs installed, doesn't conflict with each other?
I ask this because I read:
" I always use a fresh install, so some other company's VPN leftovers aren't clogging up the system and possibly influencing results."

I have four different VPNs and no incompatibly problems.
 

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No it have UDP, open VPN-TCP, iKEv2 and L2TP/IPsec (lower security) too. The Lightway is without a doubt the best protocol. At least on this computer. Before I used IKEv2, but Lightway smoked it.
Soon Lightway will have TCP protocol as well. Currently is in beta and only UDP.