VPN Newbie Stream Korea’s Naver TV from Anywhere With This GuidePublished by Gray Williams on April 30, 2019
One of the biggest barriers for many people when it comes to trying out a virtual private network (VPN) is believing that it is too technical to set up and use correctly.
Given how many people love streaming movies, TV shows, concerts, games, and more through their TVs, smartphones, tablets, desktops, and laptops, however, using a VPN is not only a great way to work around geo-blocked material, but it is also a great way to insure your safety online.
How do I install a VPN?
VPNs might seem like other-worldly bits of technology considering they can make you computer appear to be located across the state, across the country, or across the ocean. But they are actually very easy to understand and operate, especially the ones that take care to present an easy-to-use interface. You can read more about some of the better entry-level VPNs to try out later in this article.
When you’ve found the VPN that you want to buy or try, go to its website and find the correct download button for the platform you’re going to be using it on.
Many VPNs allow you to connect on as many as seven different devices, but try and have the initial download be on a device you plan to use the VPN with a lot so you can get familiar with the functionality of it.
The app or software download will commence automatically once you click or swipe yes on a couple of permission requests. When the installation is done, your device will prompt you to pen the new VPN client.
How do I start using my new VPN?
Follow these easy steps to make your first VPN connection.
Best VPNs for New Users
So let’s say you’re trying to stream Naver TV as the example above. Here are three good choices for easy-to-use VPNs:
SaferVPN is based out of Israel. It has 760 servers in more than 35 countries and has strong security including a kill switch.
CyberGhost VPN has more than 3,000 servers. You can also use CyberGhost on up to seven connections at one time.
HideMyAss VPN adapts well across several platforms and a good number of servers as well.
It doesn’t have a ton of security features, but that makes it less complicated, which can be a good starting point for a new user.