Can a free VPN service built into a browser lure you away from Google’s popular Chrome? Microsoft hopes so as the company begins rolling out an experimental VPN service for its business Edge browser is referred to as Microsoft Edge Secure Network Service, which is designed for privacy and security.
Other than popular VPN Services that protect all traffic from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop, Microsoft’s Edge Secure Network Service only protects traffic originating from the company’s Microsoft Edge browser, originally introduced with Windows 10.
The company promises that Edge Secure Network Service will help encrypt your connection and improve your privacy while surfing the web by preventing online tracking and keeping your location private. Best of all, unlike competitor Mozilla’s built-in browser VPN service with Firefox, Microsoft’s Edge offering is free.
“Microsoft Edge helps keep you safe online,” the company wrote in a support page…