- Windows support: Windows 7 or higher
- Simultaneous connections: 5
- Kill switch: Yes
- Platforms: Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and many more
- Logging: No browsing logs, some connection logs
- Countries: 94
- Money-back guarantee: 30 days
ExpressVPN has server locations in 94 countries, which is a considerably larger network than many of the other top VPN providers. In ZDNET’s aggregate speed tests, we found that ExpressVPN for Windows came in just after NordVPN in overall performance, but the performance was predictably consistent with servers located across the world.
ExpressVPN isn’t one of the most widely used VPN providers for no reason. It supports a wide range of platforms and protocols, and ExpressVPN is easy to set up and use on just about any device. In addition to Windows, ExpressVPN supports macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Chromebook, Amazon Fire Tablet, an array of routers, LG and Samsung smart TVs, and various streaming media consoles. Gamers will be happy to know that ExpressVPN works with PlayStation, Xbox, and the Nintendo Switch.
Further reading: Our ExpressVPN review
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