CyberGhost VPN works on all the latest Chromebooks
Enjoy fail-proof data privacy and unlimited internet freedom on any Chrome OS-powered laptop.
- ASUS Chromebook Flip C214
- Lenovo Chromebook Duet
- Acer Chromebook 314
- HP Chromebook X360 12b
- Samsung Chromebook Pro
- Dell Inspiron Chromebook
Despite its security, you need a VPN on your Chromebook
For those of you wondering what a Chromebook is, here’s a short and to the point definition – they're laptops that only run the Chrome web browser.
There are two big reasons why most of us decide to make the switch to Chromebook. First, these Chrome OS-powered devices are really affordable. Reason number two has to do with security. Since the operating system itself only hardly allows any software to be installed, storing or running malware is almost impossible.
However, Chromebook owners have little to no protection against online surveillance and data-thieves. And this is where a VPN springs into action.
Chromebook VPN explained
VPN stands for virtual private network. Think of this software as an intermediate between your device and the internet. Instead of sending your requests directly to the websites you’re trying to reach, you first send them to the VPN provider. From here, your data gets encrypted and redirected towards the website you wanted to access in the first place. The benefits are plenty:
- your entire online activity is kept hidden
- you’re protected against hackers and cybercriminals when connected to public Wi-Fi networks
- accessing previously restricted websites suddenly becomes possible
- ISP throttling becomes a distant memory
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Want to find out more about our Chromebook VPN app? Check out the FAQ section below or get in touch with our Customer Support team. They’re available 24/7 via either email or live chat and can answer your questions in English, German, French, or Romanian.
Chromebooks do allow the use of Android apps – albeit not all of them. However, in most cases, you can download and install the Android alternatives of the software you want to use on your Chromebook – as is the case with our VPN app.
As a matter of fact, there are three ways in which you can install a VPN on your Chromebook. The simplest of them all, and the one we mentioned above, is by downloading and installing the Android version of the VPN of your choice.
The second alternative would be to use a VPN for Chrome browser extension. Be aware though: most VPN browser extensions only offer a limited set of features, as opposed to the full-feature set you would get with the Android app.
Lastly, you could always choose to configure your VPN manually. Keep in mind this may be your only option – if you’re looking to get the full benefits out of your VPN provider – if your Chromebook does not support Android apps.
With us as your VPN provider the sky is the limit in terms of what you can do online. When using CyberGhost you can bypass all online restrictions and censorship, unblock streaming content, find amazing online discounts, secure your online banking transactions, or torrent files in complete anonymity. All this on up to 7 devices simultaneously.
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