Chrome

Guide by Dolf van der Linde

How to set up proxy on Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.

  2. Go to Chrome Settings > Advanced > System > Open your computer's proxy settings.

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Open proxy settings on Chrome

  1. Edit your proxy settings. This step will vary as it depends on your operating system: Windows or macOS.

Windows

  • Enable Manual proxy settings in the proxy tab of "Network and Internet".
  • Check Don't use the proxy server for your local (intranet) network under "Proxy server".
  • Add endpoint in the Address section(e.g. us.smartproxy.com).
  • Add port in the Port section (e.g. 10000).
  • Click Save.
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Chrome configuration on Windows - proxy setup

When entering a website enter your Proxy user credentials

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Username and password

macOS

  • Select the proxy you want to edit on the left side of the page (HTTP/S).
  • Add endpoint in the Address field (e.g. us.smartproxy.com:10000).
  • (Optional) Change the bypassed sites in the Bypass field.
  • (Optional) Insert sub-user username and password in the Username and Password fields.
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Chrome configuration on macOS - proxy setup

  1. Click OK.
  2. Select Apply.
  3. Check the IP using the Chrome browser – https://www.iplocation.net/.