Posted by : Mina Kona Friday, 24 May 2013


There are two different proxy types to choose from when you want to run your browser through a proxy server. One is a web proxy, which is basically a website and needs little to no configuration, and the other one is a public proxy or a private one, which needs a few of your browser proxy settings configured to work. This is the one we are going to talk about in this article.
First you need to check what is the name of the browser you are going to use. Most people use either Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or Opera. Below you will find a short guide for each of these four browsers and how to set up your browser’s proxy server.
Firefox
Click on Tools, then click on Options
Click on Advanced
Click on the Network tab
Click on the Settings button
Click on the radio button saying “Manual proxy configuration”
Enter your proxy IP and port number, and press OK.

Chrome
  1. Click the wrench icon at the upper right corner of Chrome
  2. Click on Options
  3. Click on the Under the Hood tab
  4. Click on Change Proxy Settings
  5. Click on LAN Settings button in the window that appears
  6. Click on the checkbox saying “Use a Proxy Server for Your LAN”
  7. Enter your proxy IP and port number, and press OK twice.


Internet Explorer
Click on the Tools menu or the wrench icon at the upper right corner
Click on Internet Options
Click on the Connections tab
Click the LAN Settings button in the window that appears
Click on the checkbox saying “Use a Proxy Server for Your LAN”
Enter your proxy IP and port number, and press OK twice.
Opera
Click on the Opera icon icon at the upper left corner
Click on Settings
Click on Preferences
Click on the Advanced tab
Click on Network
Click on Proxy Servers
Click on the checkbox saying “HTTP”
Enter your proxy IP and port number, and press OK twice.
And that is all. If you followed our little step-by-step guide above, you now should have successfully configured your browser’s proxy server and are surfing safely and anonymously. If all this was too confusing for you, then I suggest you use a web proxy server, which usually needs no configuration at all, and all you have to do is enter the website you want to visit and off you go.

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