How to Set up a proxy in Google Chrome on Windows

Setting up a proxy in Google Chrome on Windows
  1. Enable proxy
  2. IP address of connection
  3. Port of connection
  4. Mark the checkbox
  5. Save proxy.

 

To configure HTTP or Socks proxy in Google Chrome browser on Windows, go to Settings.

 

Google Chrome browser settings on Windows

 

In the search bar, enter “proxy” and open the proxy server settings.

HTTP and Socks proxy settings in Google Chrome on Windows

 

The appearance of the following window may differ depending on the version of Windows. Click on the button.

Proxy settings on Windows

 

Follow the steps below:

  1. Enable proxy
  2. IP address of connnection
  3. Port of connection
  4. Mark the checkbox
  5. Save proxy

Connect proxy on Windows

 

Proxy with login and password authorization

If a proxy with authorization is used, then a window with a login and password will appear as soon as you open any website on the Internet.

Enter login and password for proxy on Windows

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