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Are there any way to make some program use VPN while other's not?


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Hello everyone, I'm using VPN in windows to bypass website restrictions in the area I living in, but the VPN bandwidth is lower than my total internet speed, so I don't want to let torrent goes through VPN, while others like browsers goes though VPN, is that possible in windows? Thank you.

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Hello everyone, I'm using VPN in windows to bypass website restrictions in the area I living in, but the VPN bandwidth is lower than my total internet speed, so I don't want to let torrent goes through VPN, while others like browsers goes though VPN, is that possible in windows? Thank you.

VPN can be slower or faster that the nature of VPN unless you paid for a higher VPN that is the only way to get a faster VPN connections. You do know unless you make the preference changes ut will use the bandwidth if it is there. If you want your broswer to use VPN you need to setup the broswer proxy to go through the VPN. But then again this is beyond the scope of utorrent forums. And you need to go to sites that talk about VPN to help you more.

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Broswer surfing with proxy unless your doing illegal activities I really doubt they care about what you do there. Using torrents would be more or less trouble depending on what your downloading-if it's movies and tv shows then yeah you will get into trouble not that hard to figure. I have proxy settings on my torrent program and has no problem using it. One should really study up on VPN and Proxy usage and settings and do homework. This is what is sounds like people not doing homework but wanting others to do it for them and also not wanting to contact the VPN to get more details or talk  to those VPN forum users and asking their help with those VPN that would better improve your knowledge first hand.

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