Can I use Proton VPN for Windows 10 to stream Netflix?

Can I use Proton VPN for Windows 10 to stream Netflix?

I am not sure if ProtonVPN has a Windows 10 version of their VPN service, but I am wondering if you can use their service to stream Netflix? I use ProtonVPN with my iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. I can not use their VPN service for streaming, but I can stream all the other things I normally do on my iPhone and iPad via their service.

So if I want to use their service on my Windows 10 laptop, can I do this? Or would it be safer to use something like a VPN service that was native to Windows 10? If you're using the latest version of the ProtonVPN app on Windows 10, you should be able to use their service to stream Netflix. Try this: Open the ProtonVPN app on your PC. Click on "Servers". Find the one that says "United States". Click on the "Tunnel" tab. Click on the "Connect" button. Enter the server's IP address into the "Server address" box.

You should see the Netflix logo appear on the bottom right. Click on the "Play" button. You should be able to access Netflix. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments. I'm pretty sure it would work, but I've never tried. I'll try to test it out and see if I can stream Netflix.

I will say, that I do not have any of the content that they allow with their service (Netflix, Hulu, HBO). I have Netflix and Hulu, but I don't watch those services.

I have a Roku and an Apple TV, but I have not tried using their services on those. I do have an Android phone (Samsung Galaxy S6). I will try to connect to their servers from there. I know that works on my iPhone and iPad.

I also have a Windows 10 laptop. I have not tried to use their service on that yet.

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