1. Browser Settings
(1) To access the connection Settings through the browser, you must set and enter the network TAB. Next, you need to click on connection Settings or proxy server Settings -- depending on the browser. For example, consider how to set up a proxy server in Chrome.
(2) To configure the Chrome Proxy, you need to click the Settings menu button, close the button below the browser, and select Settings.
(3) Click the bottom of the inscription to open advanced Settings to display advanced Settings.
(4) Connect the network advanced Settings under the system Settings proxy server to the network, and click Change proxy Server Settings.
2. Control panel Settings
(1) Click "Start" → "Control Panel" → "Network and Internet" and click "Internet Options".
(2) In the Internet Options dialog box, click the "Connections" TAB, and then click the "LAN Settings" button
(3) In the LOCAL Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box, select Use a proxy server for your LAN. Then click the "Advanced" button.
(4) Under Proxy Server Settings, configure a proxy server of different types, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP. Then enter "Proxy server address to use" and click OK.