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Are there any built-in proxy settings in Google Chrome? I mean that when I want to set the proxy in it. It just brings up the systems proxy settings...

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This will work only on a windows machine

Right Click on the Chrome shortcut
Go to Properties >> Shortcut Tab
Add --proxy-server=proxy server:port to the end of content in Target Section

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google-chrome --proxy-server=127.0.0.1:8118 – LanceBaynes May 3 '11 at 7:07
    
it doesn't accept this entry to the target.. – George Katsanos Jun 12 '12 at 10:06

The reason it brings up the 'system' settings is that it uses those settings by default. Set those, and they're set for Chrome.

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You can use Google Chrome Command Line Switches by adding --proxy-server=IP:PORT to Chrome shortcut or in run command or you can also Using Extension like SwitchySharp.

You can find all the step-by-step tutorial for all 3 ways here http://answer-mee.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-to-use-proxy-server-on-google-chrome.html

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Google chrome inherits IE proxy setting in default. Below guide will help all windows users to configure.

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