PureVPN is being tested today on Windows 10 devices in mainland China. This is a routine test, and in order to maintain a realistic view of how each VPN is actually flipping in China, I will be running actual tests on these VPNs over the course of a cycle, which I think is the closest I can get to the truth. For this test I will also be testing Virtual Servers for tagged (Virtual) servers. Also, since there may be some issues with PureVPN and SpeedTest’s servers, and since the test results sometimes…
Today, I’m going to test PureVPN+Windows 10 combination again in mainland China. I’ll be using both “SpeedTest” and “YouTube Connection Speed” to define the exact speed of the test. This speed test is only representative of the usage in Window 10, as it varies greatly from one VPN device to another. Hopefully this test will provide the reader with some guidance on how to use the VPN. Please leave a comment if you have any questions.
It’s been hard to find the time to do testing these days because I’ve been busy at work. I had started testing yesterday afternoon, but after testing 3-4 servers, I was interrupted by other things and couldn’t continue, so I had to delete what I had tested a bit. Today was not bad, finally finished the test, although I did not test too many servers today, but the servers I tested, it is doing well, and there are a few good speed servers, continue to look for better speed server is up to you!
There has been no testing of PureVPN lately for various reasons. Today’s test will be a more comprehensive test of this VPN’s app direct connection in Windows 10, and since I’ve had very little feedback from readers lately about PureVPN’s problems, I’ve ignored it for a while, so today’s test can serve as a strong reference in order to get a more accurate understanding of its wall-climbing situation in China.
Today I want to do a test of PureVPN’s over-the-wall connection in Windows 10 for several protocols in mainland China, and I’ll try to test as many as I can if there’s time. But for the three protocols Auto, IKEv2, and SSTP I will definitely test them, as I think their usability is likely to be higher. I hope this testing will be helpful. If you have any questions, leave a comment.
Today I’m going to test PureVPN’s app direct connection in Windows 10. The test is divided into two parts, first, I will test the “connection success rate”, “server connection aging”, and “server connection speed” on the first few servers. In order to test more servers, we will use the “server connection success rate” + “server connection aging” in the following server tests. In total, 47 servers were tested in this test. We hope this test will help you to climb over the wall…
Today, I mainly tested the “free network” mode in Windows, and also tested 3 servers in the “streaming media” mode. From the test results, there is not much difference between the two modes when watching YouTube videos, and even the “streaming media” is not as good as the “free network” mode. At the same time, judging from this upgrade, its user experience has not been improved. Although it is an upgrade, I am a bit strange that the upgraded version is displayed as 7.1.3, and the version I tested before is 7.2.1. Did I make a mistake? Or is PureVPN official wrong?