Windows 10 updated with simpler, faster VPN access

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The Windows Insider program gives Windows 10 users the opportunity to shape the future of one of the most popular desktop OS in the world, with those participating getting the chance to test the latest Windows 10 features and improvements and send their feedback to Microsoft.

The Redmond giant is open to suggestions and often includes the most popular feature ideas and improvements in its builds, and implicitly in the final OS version. Windows 10 build 15002 is the biggest Creators Update build yet, adding a plethora of new features to the OS.

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Windows 10 gets faster VPN access

You can now access your VPN program faster. You can quickly enable your VPN directly from within the flyout, as you no longer need to open VPN Settings.

A much requested feature from our VPN users, we’ve updated the Network flyout so that after selecting a VPN, you can now click connect from within the flyout rather needing to open VPN Settings. We appreciate the feedback and look forward to what you have to share next! If you encounter any issues, you can still connect to VPN from the VPN Settings (and please log feedback letting us know about it!)

VPNs enable users to set a private, encrypted connection between their computers and the VPN’s servers. Consumer VPN programs hide user activity on the internet, protecting them against data collection and security threats.

If you’ve been thinking about installing a VPN tool on your computer but can’t decide which one to pick, check out our list of the 10 best VPN tools for Windows 10.

Have you already installed build 15002 on your computer? How has this build changed your VPN experience?



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