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How do I check for updates?

We will notify you when new updates become available but if you would like, you can check for updates by following these simple steps:

For Windows application:

  1. Open the ProtonVPN app
  2. Go to top left of the application and click on 3 horizontal lines
  3. Locate Update
    NOTE: If it is greyed out, it means that you have the latest available version installed.
  4. If there are any updates that you can install, it will be clickable , if not, it will stay greyed out.


For macOS application:

  1. Open the ProtonVPN application.
  2. When its open, on left side of your mac top bar you will see ProtonVPN, click on it.
  3. You will see “Check for updates” button, click on it.
  4. If you have the latest macOS ProtonVPN application version installed, you will get a message window saying so.


For Android application:

  1. Go to the Google PlayStore application.
  2. Press on the top left 3 horizontal lines to expand the menu.
  3. Press on “My apps and Games
  4. You will be shown with the latest possible updates to the application. You can update ProtonVPN separately or click on update all.



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  1. Bruno

    For CLI client on Linux use:
    sudo protonvpn-cli –update

  2. ProtonVPN Team

    Hey Bruno, or “pvpn –update” 😉

  3. Claes

    OpenVPN have now released its version 2.4.3 – When and how will you update ProtonNPN ? IS ProtonVPN (and its components) a 32 or 64 bit application ?

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