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Yesterday Freedome did an update to my Windows 10 computer. Now it can take up to 10 seconds for the Resolving Host message to clear on my Chrome browser. On another W10 computer that hasn't updated, everything is fine. I uninstalled and reinstalled and that didn't fix it. I tried a competitors VPN and it also now has the resolving delay. What have you done to my computer? Can I reverse the installed changes? I don't have a lot of time to chase this, I would like a quick fix.
We just published a new version 1.16 today.
To take it into use, you will simply need to download it and launch the installer on top of your current installation. This version includes a fix for the slow DNS resolving.
I have a similar problem with the Resolving host after the last update. Any solutions other than reinstalling? I really like Freedome, but now I have to keep it disabled.
It could be due to an interaction between the last big windows update that was installed last week and the Freedome update. All I know is that going back to the February version fixed it.
If you are still facing this issue, kindly get in touch with our Support team via chat or phone so that this can be troubleshooted further.
The install file I downloaded in February is working fine. I'll try the next version when it comes out. By the comments above there must be others with the same issue.
I also need to go back to an earlier version of Freedome to solve some new issues the recent update caused. I contacted Freedome VPN support and they won't provide a legacy installer.
Do you have a link for the earlier version you're using?
If you have still not changed the Freedome version, I have sent you a private message regarding this issue to get some information for further troubleshooting.