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Using HTTP Proxies In The Chrome Browser With Limeproxies

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Using HTTP Proxies In The Chrome Browser With Limeproxies

In this article we will guide you on how to set up a proxy on the Chrome Browser. Before we proceed with the setup, please make sure you have a running internet connection and your current IP is added in your panel under “Authorized IPs”.

  1. Open Chrome and navigate to chrome://settings/ (or select Tools > Settings)

HTTP Proxies in the Chrome Browser

  1. Search for Proxy and click on “Open Proxy Settings”

HTTP Proxies in the Chrome Browser

  1. Within the Connections tab, click LAN Settings

HTTP Proxies in the Chrome Browser

  1. Check Proxy server, and click Advanced

HTTP Proxies in the Chrome Browser

  1. Enter the proxy IP with port 1212 next to HTTP and Secure:

HTTP Proxies in the Chrome Browser

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