Web Browsers with VPNs: Time To Switch?

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As the war of browser is apparently going nowhere as Google Chrome undisputedly continues to dominate the market. The browsers with VPN, however, are trying to take on Chrome by offering its free to download.

We are going to cover several mainstream free browsers with built-in VPN for Windows, as well as some not so well-known but with great functionality. VPN is a virtual private network, which gives you anonymity online. Using VPNs, you can protect your private information. Most of the people use VPNs to get full access to restricted websites in certain countries.

Let’s find out, which web browsers for Windows perfectly support VPNs. Some web browsers have already built-in VPNs, while others work as a browser extension, which adds VPN network into such web browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. So, it is time to check them out one by one.

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Mozilla Firefox

Let’s be honest that the reputation and popularity of Google Chrome break all records. However, this does not mean that Mozilla Firefox can’t complete.

The Mozilla Firefox web browser is the preferred choice of millions of folks all around the world. This excellent web browser, accounting for 9.3% of the browser market, supports many unique add-ons and extensions, which allow users to manage cookies, block advertisement, block tracking, etc. Naturally, Firefox supports VPN via add-ons.

There are many options for VPN providers. We recommend you to pay attention to ExpressVPN for Windows. The Firefox extension is simple, and even an average user will have no problems using it. Sometimes VPNs may reduce the speed of your computer. That is why we recommend you to get Download Mozilla Firefox x64, which is the latest version of Mozilla Firefox browser to have the best PC performance. Users can choose a server, check their VPN status, select the option to connect on browser startup, or Block WebRTC to obscure your computer IP. The extension by itself is subtle, but you can add ExpressVPN for more advanced functions. 

Opera Browser

If you prefer to use mainstream and trust-worthy web browsers, consider choosing Opera Browser is a rare browser with high-quality built-in VPN. Millions of people use this excellent cross-platform web browser, which is available for Windows.

To start using Opera’s VPN, you will need to enable it. Go to the “Settings” > “Advanced” > “Features” > “VPN.” Once the VPN has been successfully enabled, you can see a newly added VPN option in the address bar of your browser. You can toggle the option on/off any time. This is the place to check your bandwidth consumption, modify the location of the VPN, and other options. Users of Opera can bypass VPN to get access to more default search engine. Users love the built-in ads-blocker option. You can use the battery saver option and other privacy/security options.

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Epic Privacy Browser

Epic Privacy Browser is a free web browser, with built-in VPN for Windows. This web browser was designed to protect the browsing history and online privacy of users. You will find three options close to the address bar:

Epic Proxy, which is a built-in VPN option. You can either enable or disable your VPN, as well as change the region for your VPN.

Umbrella, which you can use for either enabling or disabling ads-blocker, tracker blocker, plugins, and data encryption.

Epic Video Downloader, which works as a built-in tool for downloading different videos.

This web browser is not mainstream, but it will impress you with its options, which are focused on the user’s privacy. In case a website attempts to get access to your browsing history and store data, Epic Privacy Browser will block these actions, and you will receive the notification. This browser can even provide you with the list, which spies on your web browser.

UR Browser

UR Browser is quite a new web browser on the market. Users who have already tested it are impressed with its features. You should try it. It allows you to browse with already built-in VPN to better privacy. UR Browser is loaded with various features, and it works very fast compared to other mainstream web browsers. It is equipped with a built-in ad blocker, resulting in faster loading time. You will like its lightweight performance. Your web browser will work fast and smooth even with many tabs and windows open. Another great feature is the built-in virus scanner. UR Browser uses safe encryption technology to protect users online privacy.

Closing Words

It is up to you to choose web browsers with already built-in VPNs or simply add extensions or apps, which give more or less the same results. The most important is too sta vigilant while being online, protect your privacy by staying anonymous. To install a new web browser or new extension will take you a little bit of time, but it will save you from many potential problems with online security. 

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