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Why you need a proxy for your browser?
In this case, let us consider Chrome as your browser. With that noted, here are the perks of using a proxy with Chrome.
It helps you bypass content and sites that are restricted in your area. Thus, if a certain website is delimited in your state, a proxy can help you access it anonymously.
While using a proxy, you do not reveal your current location and IP address. Therefore, it is possible to do a lot of stuff online without it being linked to you or without any traces of you. You leverage residential IP proxy.
If you want to monitor your company or kid's activities anonymously, a proxy server comes in handy.
It guards your privacy and perks up your PC security by encrypting all requests from your computer.
Setting Up your Proxy with Google Chrome
Here are the key steps in setting up a proxy server
Begin by opening your chrome browser.
Click on the menu icon, move down to 'Settings' and click on it.
Scroll down up to the bottom of the 'Settings' and select the 'Advanced' alternative.
On the 'Advanced settings,' scroll down to the 'Network' section. Click on the 'Change proxy settings' tab.
Hit on the button labeled 'Use a Proxy Server' to toggle it.
The 'LAN settings' tab is on the right, click on it to be redirected to the 'LAN (Local Area Network) Settings' window.
At this point be sure to uncheck the box displaying 'Automatically detect settings'
check; 'Use a Proxy server for your LAN' (Local Area Network) box that is under the 'Proxy Server, alternative.
Then, you will enter the proxy IP address in the 'Address' box that is sent to you by your Proxy provider.
In the 'Port' box, enter Port no that has been sent to you along with the address.
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