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VPN Unlimited 3.0 unveiled

19 Aug 15

KeepSolid has updated VPN Unlimted for Windows, and announced the version 3.0 is now available.

It features a new user interface, nine additional languages support, optimisations, improvements, and minor bug fixes.

The UI has been designed to be more intuitive and user-friendly, and is tailored to let users navigate through the client and access the information they need.

Users will see the list of servers, the workload of the channels, and will have greater control over VPN Unlimited after updating to the latest version, says KeepSolid.

With a visualised workload, users can see free capacity of the channel so they can connect to the least loaded one.

The update also provides access to file-sharing sites - servers that block torrents are marked on the list.

VPN Unlimited is a growing VPN service, available for most popular mobile and desktop platforms.

It helps users to surf the web anonymously, secures their internet connection and encrypts the data they send or receive so no one can make use of it.

Using VPN Unlimited, users can unblock restricted web content, protect a Wi-Fi connection, secure online activity and bypass some ISP restrictions.

This service has no bandwidth, speed or connection limits.

This VPN can be used on up to five devices through one account. More than two million web surfers have chosen it as a solution for protection and unlimited access to their web sources.

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