Better not to replace your current VPN because the one that will soon be available in Edge. Indeed, the latter does not give the possibility of hiding its geolocation. Moreover, it will only offer 1 GB of free data per month.
Last week, we learned that the Edge browser is about to get a free VPN. This will encrypt their browsing data using Cloudflare DNS host technology, in order to protect their privacy on the web. It’s a real tour de force on the part of Microsoft, which could become a real selling point with users who are undecided or concerned about their anonymity.
However, it is not certain that this solution is suitable for everyone. Edge VPN does have a few advantages. For starters, it will prevent your ISP from spying on your internet activity by replacing your IP address with Cloudflare’s and creating a secure connection through its encryption tunnel. However, some other essential features are missing.
Edge’s free VPN doesn’t hide geolocation
Indeed, regardless of the number of layers of protection provided by this free VPN, it will be impossible for the user to camouflage his geolocation. Cloudflare’s technology was not developed for this purpose, so Edge VPN will not be able to benefit from it. In other words, users will not be able to connect to a server located in another country, to access the Netflix catalog of this area for example or to circumvent local restrictions.
What’s more, they will only be entitled to 1 GB of free data per me, in addition to having to connect to their Microsoft account. This is especially odd since CloudFlare Warp, on the other hand, is completely free. For now, we don’t know if the Redmond company is planning a paid version of its VPN or not. In other words, the VPN can be a decent solution for the least demanding Internet users, but quickly finds itself limited for the others.
Source : Windows Latest