Follow the simple and easy-to-do steps in the article below to set up a Virtual Private Network(VPN) on your Windows 10. This will allow you to enjoy the enhanced features of the modified OS.
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Setting up a VPN on your Windows 10 computer does not require advanced computer skills. Once you sign-up for a good VPN service provider and have the following information ready as mentioned below you can then set up a VPN on Windows 10.
You will require a web address that displays the name of your VPN (example: www.yourvpn.com) or the IP Address (example: 192.000.1.19) of your VPN server to connect it from your computer.
Next, you will require your VPN User Name and Password that you may have setup as the method of authentication with your VPN service provider.
You can now follow the steps below to setup a VPN on your Windows 10 computer.
VPN Provider: Choose Windows (built-in)
Connection Name: Type any name you want you VPN to be called as.
Server Address: Here you will need to provide the web address to your VPN Server as provided by the VPN service provider.
VPN Type: Select Point to Point Tunneling Protocol or any other option recommended by your VPN provider.
Type of Sign-in-info: Choose User Name and Password as the method you will be using to sign-in to your VPN. You can also select from other options, in the case recommended by your VPN Service Provider.
User Name: Insert the username.
Password: Insert the password.
Once Virtual Private Network is setup on your computer, you can connect to it either from the Settings menu or directly from the Taskbar.
On the next screen, you may be requested to enter your VPN Username and Password to login to your secure Virtual Private Network.
Another way of connecting to VPN is by accessing the Settings menu in Windows 10.
Using this tutorial, you can easily set a Virtual Private Network(VPN) to your Windows 10 Computer.