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Proxy settings tutorial in X-Browser

X-Browser is an anti-detect browser with a high level of protection. It provides anonymity and allows you to remain unnoticed on the network. Websites and social networks will not track your visit if you access them through X-Browser. You can also create multiple accounts and simultaneously perform various automation, promotion, and other tasks.


For a more reliable browser experience, we recommend setting up a proxy server. Then you can assign a personal IP address to each account and protect them from blocking.


You can purchase a proxy along with the X-Browser tariff, or you can choose and configure a proxy server yourself through Windows settings. We will show you exactly this option, although it has its drawbacks: the proxy will work for all browsers and programs on your device.


How to set up proxy in X-Browser

    1. Click on the "Start" button and go to "Settings".

    2. Open the "Network & Internet" section.

    3. At the bottom, go to the "Proxy" section.

    4. In the “Manual Proxy Settings” section, move the slider to the On position.

    5. Enter your proxy server details: IP address and port.

    6. In the field below, you can specify exception sites for which proxies will not work.

    7. Click on the "Save" button.

    8. If you are using a personal proxy, then after setting up you will see an authorization window. Enter the username and password of your proxy server in the fields and click "Sign In".

    9. Now login to your X-Browser account.

    10. Click on the "Add new" button.

    11. Enter the data for your account and in the "Proxy location" section, select the country of your proxy server.

    12. Click on the "Save & exit" button. Done!


You have set up a proxy for X-Browser. If you use high-quality personal proxies, the level of protection will be much higher. This is because free proxies can be used by anyone on the Internet, and this greatly slows down the work and puts you at risk of being blocked.



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