Updated: Thursday, 6 February, 2020
Proxy Settings is, basically, a feature that usually allows you to hide your real location and grants you access to various websites and networks that would otherwise be blocked or inaccessible to you. It plays a vital role in the proper functioning of your internet or web browsing. These settings are usually incorporated into your computer’s software and are used by the various web browsers or other programs that you may use, to connect to the internet. Google Chrome also uses your computer’s system proxy settings to connect to the network. So, changing these settings may very much affect the proper functionality of Google Chrome and its capacity to connect to the internet network as it may hamper the intermediary connectivity path. So, having an issue with your proxy settings with Google Chrome may happen at times, and though highly technical it may sound as it is quite easy to manage or change the proxy settings in Google Chrome.