Jan 12, 2015 · Check the System Proxy for Windows. Assuming you are using almost any version of Windows, you can just open up Internet Explorer and then open the Internet Options. Flip over to the Connections tab, and then click the LAN settings button at the bottom. This dialog should instantly tell you whether you are using a proxy or not.

How to Use Your Proxy Services with Internet Explorer Open the Internet Options window; Select the ‘connections’ tab; Click the ‘LAN Settings’ button; Enter the Host/IP address and Port number that was displayed at checkout and in your welcome email. Then click “Advanced” Check “Use the same proxy server for all protocols”, then click “OK” That’s it! Use SOCKS proxy server in IE 8 (Win 7) or IE 7 (Win XP) Oct 25, 2011 FoxyProxy - Downloads

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