10 replies on How to set a proxy server in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

  1. Hans Kruiniger says:

    This really is the biggest pain in the backside for anyone who moves frequently between proxy and non-proxy environments! It hasn’t ever been made any simpler, it’s always an 11-click (or thereabouts) process! Why isn’t there a simple one-click, or/off toggle utility?

  2. dann says:

    When did Opera start using system settings for proxy?? It never used to, and doesn’t on the version I’m using (but I just went to install it on someone else’s machine and noticed that’s what it does now. Annoying!!)

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      This has started when they have changed the rendering engine from their own custom engine to Webkit.

  3. TOPHINDISMS says:

    Dear Ciprian,

    I want to hide PROXY Tab from firefox.
    If you have any idea about that then is help me.

  4. Texas001 says:

    Evidently your Opera and mine are not the same. I have the latest version but your instructions don’t fit my Opera.

  5. funops.com says:

    Ok Thanks.

  6. Naman Jain says:

    Hey guys, I made a youtube video to help you create a proxy server in under a minute.
    Do check it out – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0rQ-kU0YAE

  7. Anonymous says:

    the LAN setting is greyed or should I say inactive. You can click on it

  8. anon help says:

    doing if I am using proxy for Firefox?
    I read it was dangerous to use free proxies. I was wondering if i made it dangerous for other people browsing on their own devices if I used the proxy for Firefox on my device?
    Or can the host of my free proxy i am using only see what I am doing on my computer and only the things I do in firefox?

    Please help, I don’t want to endanger other people that might be entering sensitive information on their own devices

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