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In April, Opera implementing VPN Gateway directly to them desktop web browser, but only in the version for developers. Now this feature becomes available for the basic version of the browser, or rather Opera v40.

The secure VPN surfing is now available to over 350 million people who use Opera browser and which perhaps never could use this function. Another noteworthy addition to Opera 40 is support for Google Chromecast.

After downloading the browser, enabling VPN is easy. Go to “Settings” (or “Preferences” on Mac), choose “Privacy & Security” and then toggle the free VPN. An icon labeled “VPN” will appear in the browser, from which you can toggle VPN on and off, and choose a location.

Users can also let the Opera browser intelligently select the optimal server location based on factors such as network speed, latency, location and server capacity. When in automatic location mode, browsing via the VPN is always at maximum available speed.

You can download the latest version of Opera web browser from here.

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