Microsoft Edge gets a built-in VPN

Microsoft is testing an extra line of defense in Edge that could make the browser significantly more attractive in the Chrome-dominated market. Based on the information so far, the Redmondians support side In addition to data encryption, the VPN service, known as “Edge Secure Network,” prevents online tracking and works in partnership with Cloudflare to handle traffic through the encrypted data connection.

To use Safe Browsing mode, you’ll need to sign in to your Microsoft account so that your browser can track how much data traffic you use per free gigabyte per month – since most VPN services are paid, it’s not that surprising. Cloudflare itself does not store any personally identifiable user data, deletes data related to browsing sessions every 25 hours, and destroys data related to data usage at the end of each monthly period – read on the page.

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You can already read the details of the service on the support page, so you can be sure that it will be available sometime in the near future. Users of the Dev or Canary versions of the browser will likely have access first, followed by beta and then stable channels. When armed, the secure network mode will be called up from a menu marked with three dots in the upper right corner of the browser.

Edge isn’t the first browser to amplify with a VPN service: such a feature has been available in Opera for some time, and Mozilla launched a paid service in 2020.


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