This method is not as secure as using Firefox, however, it may come in handy if you would like to use the proxy with a web application, or a web browser such as Chrome or Edge. This method will affect your entire system’s network and will apply the proxy to it. 

 

Step 1: Click the Windows start button and then click Settings with the gear beside it in the bottom left side of the start menu.

 

Step 2: In the Settings window, click Network & Internet.

 

Step 3: Click Proxy, located at the bottom of the Network & Internet section on the left side.

 

Step 4: Turn on Use setup script and type “http://localhost:8888/pacHttp” in the Script address field.

The 8888 after localhost is the port number that you are connected to (the port number 8888 in the example may vary from the port number you use; refer to the Running TQ Proxy Server section if needed).

Step 5: Click on Save at the bottom of the Automatic proxy setup section. 

Step 6: To ensure that the proxy is working properly, run a speed test at https://www.speedtest.net/ to see if your location, ISP and IP address has changed.