proXPN is a simple-to-use application that creates a Virtual Private Network (VPN), in order to mask your real IP address and protect your identity when navigating the Internet. It features intuitive configuration preferences.

The installation procedure is fast and the only notable aspect about it is that it installs or updates your current TAP driver. Signing up for a proXPN account is necessary to be able to use this tool.

As far as the interface is concerned, it opts for a normal window with a neatly organized structure split into four main areas: general settings, VPN guard, location, and log details.

It's possible to opt for a UDP or TCP connection, select a preferred country from a drop-down menu, instruct the tool to run at system startup and to automatically connect, enable the VPN guard and add applications to the list to protect, view your global location, as well as view and copy log details to the Clipboard.

The utility runs in the system tray and gets minimized there on exit. By opening its right-click menu, you can quickly connect to a preferred country, disconnect, pick the VPN mode and port, check for software updates, as well as log out.

We haven't come across any stability issues in our tests, thanks to the fact that it didn't freeze, crash or prompt error messages. It required a low CPU and RAM to work properly, so it didn't put a strain on the machine's performance.

To sum it up, proXPN offers a simple and effective solution for securing your online identity by connecting to the Internet via VPN. It can be handled by all types of users, even those less experienced with such software.