Setting up a proxy in Google Chrome on macOS
Setting up a proxy in Google Chrome helps you optimize your browsing experience and access sites that are inaccessible to your network address. A proxy is able to replace the user's real IP with one that's in a different city or even country. Therefore, sites will perceive you as a user for whom there are no restrictions. For example, users from Russia will be able to use Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, ChatGPT and other online venues that are useful for work and everyday life. In this article, let's break down a few ways to set up a proxy in Google Chrome on macOS.