Some time ago Opera launched a free VPN service for the browser on smartphones and tablets.

Today they have built that same VPN into the desktop version of the browser, launching the new version of it, Opera 40 for both the PC and the Mac.

Opera explained more with the following:

Today, we launch Opera 40 with our new free, unlimited, no-log browser VPN service. With this launch, Opera becomes the first major browser to release a built-in VPN service. When turned on, the browser VPN creates a secure connection to one of Opera’s five server locations around the world. The VPN lets you choose where to appear on the internet, giving you online privacy and security a boost while making content easier to access.

After downloading the browser, enabling VPN is easy. Go to “Settings” (or “Preferences” on Mac), choose “Privacy & Security” and then toggle the free VPN. An icon labeled “VPN” will appear in the browser, from which you can toggle VPN on and off, and choose a location.

You can read more about it at the source link below.

Source: Opera

 

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