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Thanks to an all-inclusive package, reliable performance, and unparallelled ease of use, CyberGhost has little competition for an all-around VPN. Windscribe has some great features of its own, along with excellent customer support and high dependability — and free users are held to the same standards as paying ones.
CyberGhost gives you plenty of P2P servers, in addition to great speeds and port forwarding. Windscribe also has P2P locations (even in the free version!), but some servers are faster than others and port forwarding is still being implemented.
Few VPNs can match CyberGhost’s utility on Windows — the easy, yet exhaustive client helps you out with preconfigured profiles, autoconnect, and all the security features you need. Windscribe is impressive as well, with features like Cruise Control (autoconnect) and Windflix for easy Netflix unblocking.
Windscribe offers instant security with just one tap — perfect for Android users who want a simple, no-fuss VPN. If you’re looking for a bit more functionality, CyberGhost for Android offers the same helpful features you’ll find in the Windows client. Impressive.
CyberGhost’s super handy profiles make it to Mac, as do many other essential features like the kill switch. Windscribe doesn’t shine with anything special on Mac — just reliable encryption and decent speeds.
Users with multiple devices will appreciate Windscribe’s unlimited simultaneous connections, as well as the polished iOS client. CyberGhost offers a bit more utility, but is limited to seven active devices — which isn’t a bad number at all.
CyberGhost’s streaming profile and great US server presence make it an excellent choice for unblocking Netflix, Hulu, American TV, and much more. Windscribe will also help you access US Netflix, but it has less US servers to choose from.