How to Configure Network Proxy Settings in Windows 10

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Proxies offer a variety of benefits to networks like more security and a reduction in bandwidth. They are common in business and educational settings, however you can also install them at home if you find your connection speed slows down. Windows 10’s Settings app and Control Panel are where you can set proxy settings. If you use a proxy for school or work, ensure that the Automatic detection settings and Use setup script switches are enabled under the Automatic proxy Setup section.

To change your settings manually, open the Internet Options window from the Control Panel or by searching for “Internet options” in the Search bar. Open the LAN settings by clicking the Advanced tab. Enter the information for your proxy provider in the Address and Port fields. Then check the box Use proxy server for your local area network and close the Internet Options Window.

Sometimes, malware could mess with your settings for a proxy server to prevent you from being online. If the error “Windows couldn’t automatically detect this network’s proxy settings” persists then run a scan using an anti-malware application and see if it improves your experience.

If the error is still there You can try resetting the proxy settings using the Registry. Be careful, since changing the Registry could cause irreparable damage to your system. We suggest making a backup before proceeding with this method. To do this, hold down the Win + R keys simultaneously. Enter cmd. This will open the classic Command Prompt.

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