The easiest method of installing a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is not the cheapest. Then again, the prices seem reasonable for what you receive.
I have been using VPNs for years on the various computers I have owned. The security and privacy of VPNs is important to me, and I believe such privacy should be important to every internet user. Who wants hackers, spies, or your local internet provider spying on your email messages and online usage of the web?
In the “good old days” of five years ago or so, VPNs were tricky to install, not available for some operating systems (Android, iPad, etc.), and required quite a bit of technical knowledge of TCP/IP networking to install and configure. Luckily, the technology has improved a lot, and today’s newer VPN products can easily be installed in Windows, Macintosh, Chromebook, Android, iOS, and possibly other operating systems by anyone with minimal technical skills. In most cases, installing a modern VPN is a simple matter of double-clicking on an installation icon and, once installed, entering a user name and password into the newly-installed VPN software, then clicking on “enable” or some similar word. If you know how to install programs in your computer, you probably can install a modern VPN. But beware: some of the cheaper VPNs may use the older, rather complicated installation methods.