Google One's VPN comes to Windows and Mac

📢 Google One's VPN comes to Windows and Mac


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Google's VPN is quite different from Apple's iCloud Plus VPN and is now available to Windows and Mac operating systems in addition to Android. - Story published by Kunal Chowdhury on

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To protect personal information online, many people use a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Those VPN connections are brought by different companies, known or unknown. Many VPNs claim to protect data and steal data themselves. Hence, to use a VPN, it is always recommended to use a trusted provider.

 

In addition to mobile phones, Google's virtual private network or VPN can also be used on computers running Windows and Mac operating systems. As a result, the internet can be used safely from the computer.

 

Google One's VPN comes to Windows and Mac
Google One's VPN comes to Windows and Mac

 

Until now, Google's VPN could only be used on mobile phones. As the search giant has now made its virtual private network or VPN available on computers running Windows and Mac operating systems, this new initiative is expected to gain popularity among computer users.

 

Google's VPN is quite different from Apple's iCloud Plus VPN. Because Google's VPN uses another IP address from the same country. As a result, even if the exact location of the user is unknown, others can know about his country.

 

 

Initially, registered Google One users in 22 countries including the United States, Canada, France, and Mexico will get this benefit.

 

You may like to know that Google launched VPN for Google One cloud storage users in the United States in 2020. Later this service was launched in other countries as well. Recently, Google has added built-in VPN services to its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro models.