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Proxy settings guide for FoxyProxy on Chrome and Firefox

FoxyProxy is an extension for the browser that allows you to set up a proxy server for Chrome or Firefox. This is much more convenient than installing additional programs on the device.

After setting up a proxy through FoxyProxy, you can connect several servers at once and switch between them while working. This feature will come in handy if you work with a large number of social media accounts.

How to set up a proxy in FoxyProxy on Chrome

    1. Open the browser and go to the Menu (click on the three dots in the upper right corner).

    2. Hover over "More Tools" and open the "Extensions" tab.

    3. Click on the three bars on the left.

    4. Select the "Open Chrome Web Store" section.

    5. In the Chrome store, in the search bar, type "FoxyProxy" and press Enter.

    6. Select the first extension, then click on the "Add to Chrome" button

    7. In the popped-up window, select "Add extension".

    8. You have installed the extension, now let's move on to setting up a proxy. Click the FoxyProxy icon on the top bar and select "Options".

    9. Go to the "Proxies" section.

    10. Click on the "Add New Proxy" button.

    11. In the "General" tab, type in any name for the proxy server.

    12. Open the "Proxy Details" tab and check the "Manual Proxy Configuration" box.

    13. Enter the IP address and port. Also, select the type of your proxy server.

    14. Check the box next to "Save Login Credentials" and below enter the Username and Password (twice) for the proxy.

    15. Click on the "Save" button.

    16. Now click on the FoxyProxy icon and select the server you just added. Done!

How to set up a proxy in FoxyProxy on Firefox

    1. Open the application and go to the browser's official website at the link: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/

    2. Type "FroxyProxy" in the search bar, and press Enter.

    3. Select the required extension.

    4. Click on the "Add to Firefox" button.

    5. In the popped-up window, click "Add".

    6. On the bookmarks bar, click the extension icon and then the “Options” button.

    7. Go to the "Add" section.

    8. Here you can enter any task name (optional).

    9. Enter all the proxy server details in the required fields.

    10. Click on the "Save" button to apply changes, or "Save & Add Another" to save and add a new proxy.

You can also add a list of proxies at once. To do this:

    11. Go to the "Import Proxy List" section.

    12. Enter proxy data in the format: IP:port:username:password. You can enter as many servers as you need. Then click on the "Import Settings" button.

    13. Click the FoxyProxy icon on the taskbar and select the configured proxy. Done!

Now you know how to set up a proxy in the FoxyProxy extension for Chrome and Firefox browsers!

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