A proxy server will help you anonymously and more securely use the Internet through the Google Chrome browser. You can hide your valid IP address and geolocation, get to blocked sites or visit foreign web resources inaccessible to residents of your country. Also, a proxy server is an indispensable assistant for performing professional tasks on the network. With it, the risk of account blocking will decrease at times. You will find instructions on how to configure proxies in Google Chrome below.
To surely hide information about you from all kinds of web resources and analytical systems on the Internet, you need to clear the history in your browser before setting up the proxy.
Instructions on how to clear the cache in Google Chrome:
You can clear cookies in Google Chrome and your browsing history an unlimited number of times. It is better to do this after each session if you want to maintain maximum anonymity when working on the Internet.
Before buying proxies, it is important to understand what types of proxies are generally. This will help you make the right choice for your specific task.
To configure the mediation server on your computer, follow these instructions:
These sites will display your valid IP address and geolocation.
This procedure is performed on the same principle as connecting a proxy for Google Chrome. The only difference is in what position the toggle switch is, which is responsible for its activation/deactivation.
Follow the instructions:
Go to "Settings".
That's all. New settings will be saved automatically.
As you can see, the proxy activation/deactivation for Google Chrome is regulated by clicking on only one toggle switch. You can even not erase the proxy server data if you need to use it not constantly, but periodically. This will help you not to re-enter its IP and port every time.
Also, read our proxy configuration guide in Internet Explorer.