I am interested in using VPN to make my internet usage more secure, as well as untraceable. I don't like that my ISP can just watch what I do. However I would also like to run certain services on my computer (web server, minecraft server) without them being tunneled through the VPN. I got a static IP from my ISP, so I can point a domain at my computer for just such a thing. However with VPN my IP will be dynamic, and I would need to forward all incoming connections through the VPN.
I am running Windows 7 x64.
So, is there a way to setup VPN so that Chrome, Firefox, uTorrent, FileZilla, and the like can be tunneled through. But I can still connect to my computer from my normal IP, bypassing the VPN. Or perhaps it is possible for me to get a static IP/port forward in my VPN? So the domain can still point to it, and people can still access? That seems laggy, but I don't know. The normal way to do VPN in windows will not (it seems) allow for this.
My main goal here is not security, I don't plan on transmitting vital information that I need to protect, I want privacy. I do not want websites to track me by IP, or my ISP to record what sites I visit. Now if there is a way to get what I want, aside for VPN, I would be interested in hearing.