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#195498 21-Apr-2016 19:45
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More info here 

 

http://www.windowscentral.com/operas-browser-now-comes-integrated-vpn-service


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  #1537745 21-Apr-2016 20:47
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Lias:

 

People still use that?!?!

 

 

It's my daily browser, it's built on the Chrome engine, works well, and has extension support, and now VPN. 

 

I like it. 


 
 
 
 


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  #1537760 21-Apr-2016 21:11
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I use both Chrome and Opera on my laptop.

 

So far as mobiles devices go, Opera is the Gold standard for mobile browsers in my opinion. One very good feature is the text wrap function that reflows the text when you zoom the text. There no need to scroll right and left to read the magnified text like you have to do in most browsers.





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  #1537773 21-Apr-2016 21:56
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Technically chrome comes with a free vpn too.

 

 

 

look at the "Data saving" feature.





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  #1537788 21-Apr-2016 22:16
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hio77:

Technically chrome comes with a free vpn too.


 


look at the "Data saving" feature.



Technically, that's NOT a VPN - it's just an http proxy, which means:

- it won't mask your IP address
- it won't encrypt your data
- it won't tunnel encrypted data

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