How to set Google Chrome custom proxy server settings independently from Internet Explorer proxy settings
To configure Google Chrome web browser a custom proxy server settings, this is what you need to do:
Google Chrome program has a command switch "--proxy-server" where you can use it to assign a custom proxy server setting.
- Right click Google Chrome shortcut.
- Select "Properties".
- Append --proxy-server="proxy-server-IP:port-number" at the back of the Google Chrome command string in the "Target" box.
- If your proxy-server IP is "220.127.116.11" and the port number is "8080", then it should look like this:
If you want to disable Google Chrome proxy server settings and doesn't want to use any proxy server even from the system wide proxy server setting, you can use this command switch: