VPN How to get a computer to pretend it is in the US

on the brink

Oct 3, 2016
I can't access some web pages from here, but I can from Uruguay. Is there a way to trick the system into believing I'm not in Argentina?
Thanks ! Which is the most computer-moron friendly?
I suggest you try the highest rated one (ExpressVPN)

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I got my dad to use nord VPN, and he's not very computer savvy. express VPN is also pretty easy I think
I bought lifetime subscription for Windscribe. Use it already for ~5 years.
It's pretty reliable and user-friendly, it has dedicated apps for iOS, Mac, Android, Windows
I bought lifetime subscription for Windscribe. Use it already for ~5 years.
Windscribe is quite good. Free account with confirmed email has 10Gb allowance, you can triple that with voucher coupon "PEACE". This should more than be enough for occasional use.
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