How to Set up a Residential Proxy in the Chrome Browser

A step by step guide on how to set up a proxy in the Chrome browser

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Chrome proxy settings:

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  • Open Google Chrome
  • Click on 'Settings' on the top right corner
  • Navigate to 'Settings'
  • Scroll down and click 'Advanced'
  • Select Open 'Proxy Settings'
  • Edit your proxy settings. Depending on your operating system, this step will vary:
    a.Windows – Click 'LAN settings', then edit the URL in the 'Address' section (e.g. and/or change the port used to connect in the Port section (ex: 7000)
    b.Mac – Select the proxy you want to edit on the left side of the page (HTTP/S), then change the URL in the 'Address' field (e.g., the username and/or password in the 'Username' and 'Password' fields, and the bypassed sites in the 'Bypass' field
  • Click OK
  • Select 'Apply'
  • Check the IP using Chrome browser –

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