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How to Set Chrome to Use a Proxy

Last Updated on October 11, 2019

How to Manually Set Chrome on Windows to Use a Proxy

  1. Click the Chrome Menu icon on the browser toolbar.


  2. Click the “Settings” option.

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  3. Scroll to bottom of page and click the “Advanced” button.

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  4. Scroll down to the section for System and click “Open your computer’s proxy settings”.

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  5. The Next Steps are similar but vary in appearance for different versions of Windows:

    For Windows 10:

    1. For Windows 10: The Windows Network Proxy Settings window should have opened, enable the “Use Proxy Server” switch in the Manual Proxy Setup section.


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    2. For Windows 10: Adjust proxy settings in the Manual Proxy Setup section by entering proxy ip/domain and port and then clicking the “Save” button.

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    For Windows 7 and Below:

    1. For Windows 7 and below: The Windows Internet Properties window should have opened, click the “LAN Settings” button.

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    2. For Windows 7 and below: Adjust your proxy settings by enabling the “Use A Proxy Server for your LAN” option and entering your ip/domain and port and then clicking the “OK” button.

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How to Set Chrome to Use a Proxy with an Extension

To search for more Proxy Extensions for Chrome Web Browser click here.

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