If you prefer a manual connection and tinkering OpenVPN configuration files, the OpenVPN GUI application is one of the alternative options for using ProtonVPN on your Windows PC. There are roughly four steps to use a third party OpenVPN client to connect to ProtonVPN servers: A. Downloading and installing the OpenVPN client, B. Getting ProtonVPN *.ovpn configuration files, C. Importing the configuration files and finally D. Connecting to a ProtonVPN server. You can find a tutorial on how to set it up below.
Directly within the your ProtonMail account you have the option of adding a subscription. ProtonVPN is built by the ProtonMail team to protect all of your internet activities. It is designed with security as the main focus, drawing upon the lessons we have learned from working with journalists and activists in the field.
ProtonVPN offers 4 different plan. The number of VPN connections your ProtonMail account has access to will depend upon which VPN plan you have selected. As seen in the above image, the Plus account of ProtonVPN provides VPN access to 5 Devices. This represents the total number of VPN connections your account has. If you have a you have the option to assign these connections to your users.
VPN Connections will include the necessary credentials to secure a device’s internet traffic. If you have multiple connections available to you, you can secure your traffic on multiple devices.