How to set a proxy in Google Chrome browser

What is a residential proxy, and when do we use it on the Chrome browser? Some websites or content may be restricted based on your geographical location. Using a proxy with a server in a different location can help you access content that might be blocked in your region.

Setup Proxy in Chrome Browser

Step 1
Select the drop-down box located in the browser’s top right corner to access the settings.

Step 2:
Navigate to the “System” section within the Settings menu on the left, and click to open your computer’s proxy settings.

Step 3
Press the “Set up” button in the Manual proxy setup section.

Step 4
Enable the ‘Use a proxy server’ feature, enter the proxy server’s address and port number, ensure the ‘Don’t use the proxy server for local addresses’ option is selected, and click ‘Save’.

Celebrate, as you are now ready to enjoy uninterrupted connectivity across the board.

How to Disable Proxy

When you choose to stop using the proxy, you can easily revert to the settings and effortlessly disable or delete the proxy configuration.