The trick is to resort to a paid VPN service whose IP addresses don’t get identified and rejected by Netflix. And one of the best tools for the job is Private Internet Access.
You can install PIA not only on Windows but also on Mac, Android, iOS, Linux, and even routers. It’s excellent for unblocking Netflix US anywhere in the world.
Besides Netflix, PIA can unblock other media streaming services like HBO Max or Peacock.
It allows up to 10 simultaneous connections, so your entire family can simultaneously enjoy different Netflix shows on their own devices.
And, if you wish to return to the original Netflix library available to your country but keep using the VPN for secure browsing and torrenting, it’s possible to split the VPN tunnel.
More about PIA:
- Access VPN servers in over 12 US cities to watch Netflix
- 24/7 live chat support
- 30-day money-back guarantee (no free trial)
- Pay with a credit card, PayPal, or crypto
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Use a reliable VPN like PIA to unblock Netflix US anywhere in the world.
- Open the Start Menu and type Windows Update
- Open the app and click Check for Updates
- If an update is available, make sure that you download it
Netflix relies on Silverlight. So, if you notice a pending update for Silverlight, make sure to get it.
To recap, if you’re experiencing problems watching Netflix on your Windows 10 computer, make sure to update your drivers to the latest version.
It’s also a good idea to disable your free VPN or proxy. Instead, use a reliable VPN service that won’t get blocked by the streaming service, like Private Internet Access (buy here).
You can also clear browsing data, switch to the Netflix app if you normally use the web browser, and check for Windows Updates.
Did these solutions work for you? What else can you suggest to Netflix viewers? Leave us a comment in the section below.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in January 2018 and was revamped and updated in December 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.