By connecting the proxy server to the Opera browser, you will have new opportunities when working on the Internet. You can get to blocked sites, classify a valid IP address and your location, without the risk of blocking, use software and services for online promotion. Below you will find detailed instructions on how to configure Opera proxy settings. It will help you quickly and correctly connect the proxy server to the Opera browser or disable it.
Before connecting the proxy server, it is important to conduct preparatory work in the browser. You need to clear the cache in Opera and cookies. This data is potentially dangerous, as it can lead to leakage of confidential data.
To clear your history and cookie, follow this instruction:
To avoid data leakage, it is best to clear cookies in the Opera and the visit history more than once, but after each session in the browser.
For greater security when using the Internet, it is better to use anti detect browsers. For example, you can study the instructions for working with proxies in Indigo Browser.
To configure a proxy server in Opera, follow the instructions below:
If necessary, check the box next to “Do not use the proxy server for local (intranet addresses).
You learned how to configure proxies in Opera. You can close the system settings window.
You may also find the step-by-step instructions for setting up proxies in Internet Explorer helpful.
Disabling proxies in Opera is performed on the same principle as its connection. Follow the instructions:
Click the option "Open your computer’s proxy settings."
After completing the next step, the server will not work anyway.
This completes the process of disabling the proxy server. You can close the system settings window.
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