Google Chrome does not have any browser specific proxy settings, it uses the same connection and proxy settings as Windows system. Changing these settings affects Google Chrome as well as Internet Explorer and other Windows applications. This article shows two different ways to set Google Chrome proxy server.
Google Chrome is using your computer's system proxy settings to connect to the network. To change systems proxy settings, please follow the steps below:
Screenshot: Click LAN settings button in Internet Properties window
Screenshot: Check the option "Use a proxy server for your LAN"
Some times, you want to use proxy to connect internet on Google Chrome but directly connect on Internet Explorer. In this section, I will tell you how to set a proxy in Google Chrome separately and not using Internet Explorer settings:
Screenshot: Set a proxy in Google Chrome separately and not using Internet Explorer settings
Similarly, for Google Chrome in Linux right click on the desktop icon, click on Properties, then add the line --proxy-server=host:port in the Command field.