Nah, Tor is a proxy, not a browser. So, every program that supports routing through a proxy, supports Tor.
And, then there´s tortilla:
"Tortilla is a free and open-source solution for Windows that transparently routes all TCP and DNS traffic through Tor."
But, VPN routes ALL through the VPN. And you want something similiar, for instance a VPN-Chain, when you use VPN through several servers. Then I would recommend ZorroVPN
VPN + Tor AND VPN-Chains.
I tried nordvpn last month, and it was crap, although its likely that Virgin is to blame. Tried various methods, L2TP/IPSec - worked, then stopped and openvpn, worked ok, very little speed. Plus they craftily don't mention that if you sign up via paypal it automatically sets up a recurring payment, yet you can't use their vpn service, despite having paid for it.
I've settled on blackvpn for my next trial, SSL tunnel option (Nord offer this, but its bloody hard work to set up) & better for P2P (apprently).
It was a toss up between ZorroVPN and Airvpn, Airvpn being the best of the lot, but based in Italy, fourteen eyes.
good luck.i took over a year "researching".finally,just jumped was horrible.dropped.servers going down,renaming them,not informing the app of new since kodi they have gotten worse.i was very happy with ZorroVPN for almost a year but couldnt afford to stay.i am on my 3rd month with 's an it's a good it can be shut off for banking,netflix,etc.Zorro was all is blocked or none which sadly was very hard to live,work with.
as a side note i tried nord to see if it was any better since all kodi people were using was worse than ever and i had to have paypal step in and make them give me a would not respond.i could not sign in to my new was 3-4 mos ago