How to set up proxy on Chrome for Windows
In this tutorial we will show you how to set up Proxy on Chrome for Windows but first let’s see what are our requirements.
In order to set up the Proxy on Chrome for Windows you will need:
- A CactusVPN account. If you don’t have one you can try our services for free.
- Your Proxy username, password and Proxy server address. You can find them in your account on our website, by going to your service details.
Go step-by-step through following instructions:
- In the Chrome browser, press the “Customize and control Google Chrome” button (1), and choose “Settings” (2).
- Scroll down to “Advanced” (3) and click on it.
- Scroll down to the “System” title and click on “Open proxy settings” (4).
- Go to “Connections” tab (5) and click on the “LAN settings” button (6).
- In the “Local Area Network (LAN) Settings” window, check the “Use a proxy server for your LAN” (7) checkbox.
In the same window enter the IP address (8) of the proxy server and the port number (9) you want to use. You will find the available servers and supported ports in the service details in your account on our website.
Click on “Advanced” (10).
- Check the “Use the same proxy server for all protocols” checkbox (11) then Click “OK” (12) and then “OK” again.
- The first time you’ll try to visit a website, a window will appear asking for an username and a password (13). Type your VPN username and password. Make sure you use your VPN username and password and NOT the website account credentials (What is the difference?).Click on “Sign in” (14).
That’s all. Now you can browse safely and anonymous.
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