How to Turn Off Proxy Settings in IE and Firefox

IE Proxy Removal Video

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To turn off proxy settings in IE, first open your browser. Then go to Tools->Internet Options. In this dialog box, choose Connection Settings tab. Here click on the LAN Settings button. This will have two main checkboxes, one to detect internet settings automatically and another to user a Proxy server. Make sure that the Proxy server checkbox is unchecked. Hit OK in this dialog box and in the internet options dialog box as well, and your proxy settings will be turned off.

FIREFOX Instruction:

To turn off proxy settings in Firefox, open your browser and go to Tools->Options. In the dialog box that is displayed, go to the “Advanced” tab and there go to the Network tab. Click on the Settings button. To turn off Proxy settings, choose the No Proxy radio button. Click OK in both dialog boxes and your proxy settings will have been removed.
Now that you have an idea of how to turn off proxy settings in IE and Firefox, you can have a better internet browsing experience.

If you are connecting to the internet through a Local Area Network, you will probably have to configure some proxy settings. These settings include the IP address of a proxy server through which the connection to the internet is established. However, in most cases when you are not connecting to the internet over LAN, you do not need a proxy server to connect to the internet. In fact, if you are trying to connect through a proxy server and it is not allowed, i.e. you are not connected to the relevant LAN, you will not be able to access the internet through your web browser. Therefore it is important to have a good idea on how to turn off proxy settings in IE and Firefox.

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