Whenever you're getting started in the world of VPNs, it can be a little daunting to figure out what all the different terms and acronyms actually mean. When talking about TCP and UDP protocols, it's important to know what they are, and how they differ in use and general application. 

For starters, TCP, or Transmission Control Protocol, is connection-oriented, which means it's better for connection reliability and overall uptime compared to UDP. UDP on the other hand, short for User Datagram Protocol, is a connectionless protocol that is more suited for raw speed than TCP might be.

VPN.com offers both protocols to our users, so they can make the best choice for their own situation and the speed of their personal connections!

If you'd like to learn more about the intricate details of what separates these two protocol, check out this link or simply ping us in the chat bubble below!

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