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Your Internet connection is very slow...
If you connect to a VPN server in the region closest to you, the connection speed will drop by an average of 10%. The reason is simple: encrypting and decrypting your data requires more computing power and time. In other words, if connecting through a VPN significantly affects the speed of your Internet connection, try disconnecting from the VPN network for a while.

VPN services are very useful, but they are not always necessary. If most of the websites you visit are on a secure network and you can access them just like that, then you don't need to keep the VPN client enabled all the time.

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Why do I need a VPN?

Why do I need a VPN?
The main tasks of using a VPN:

anonymous user activity on the Internet. Quite a lot of users of various web resources do not want to disclose their personal data, including the IP address of the local server;
secure data transfer when working in public places (in Internet cafes, for example) where the Internet is publicly accessible.
The main reason for using secure networks is, of course, the security of personal data. For example, transactions with funds or payment certificates in open local corridors are fraught with fraud attacks or information leaks.

Why do I need a VPN?

Why do I need a VPN?
The main tasks of using a VPN:

anonymous user activity on the Internet. Quite a lot of users of various web resources do not want to disclose their personal data, including the IP address of the local server;
secure data transfer when working in public places (in Internet cafes, for example) where the Internet is publicly accessible.
The main reason for using secure networks is, of course, the security of personal data. For example, transactions with funds or payment certificates in open local corridors are fraught with fraud attacks or information leaks.