Windscribe and StrongVPN are two popular VPN providers renowned for their ability to unblock Netflix US and their support for P2P activities. Both offer dedicated apps for Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android devices and use strong 256-bit encryption in all of them. You can expect to find more features with Windscribe, however, as it offers ad blocking and a built-in firewall, both absent in StrongVPN’s apps. Windscribe’s server network also spans more countries (55) than StrongVPN’s (24). Furthermore, Windscribe has unique features like its double-hop technology, which allows you to connect to two servers simultaneously, and time zone spoofing that matches your device’s time stamping with your server location. However, StrongVPN competes by offering a DNS service, sold separately. It also has more servers in its network (650+ as compared to 300+ for Windscribe) and offers 24/7, human-operated live chat, whereas Windscribe’s live chat is bot-operated. So each VPN has both strengths and flaws. Read on to see which is truly better across several key categories.