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Proxy settings allow a server to act as a gateway between you and the Internet. More precisely, a proxy server is generally another computer that sits between you and your ISP.
By connecting through such servers, a PC sends all your requests to the server that processes your request and returns the desired results. Each time you connect to the Internet through proxies, the IP of the proxy server will be revealed instead of the home IP address of your computer.
To ease the process, ISPs usually supply you with an installation CD-ROM for entering proxy settings. However, issues do show up from time to time, and you may need to speak to your ISP’s technical support team or restore the settings with the help of our comprehensive guides.
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