Built-in VPN Feature Coming for Microsoft Edge

Microsoft will add a free built-in virtual private network (VPN) service to the Edge web browser. In this way, it is aimed to increase the security and privacy of the browser. It should also be noted that the Cloudflare-supported VPN service, called Edge Secure Network, is currently in the testing phase.

The VergeAccording to the news, the new feature will allow users to browse the web and hide their location using a virtual IP address. The free service’s data usage, on the other hand, will be limited to 1GB per month and users will need to sign in to a Microsoft account. Microsoft underlines that while Cloudflare collects support and diagnostic information from the service, the company will permanently delete this data every 25 hours.

This feature is still in development and not available for early testing yet, but Microsoft has detailed how users can try a preview. This shows that the feature may soon be available on one of the Microsoft Edge Insider channels, where users can download and join from this address. Once you’ve done that, it’s possible to try the preview version by opening Edge, going to Settings and more, and clicking on Safe Network.

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