How to set up a proxy for Mac OS

Mac OS is quite a popular operating system, which is famous for its smooth operation, reliability and speed. But if you switch from Windows OS to Mac, at first sight it will not be clear and it will be difficult to deal with all the settings. Therefore, we have prepared a manual for you on how to set up a proxy server in MAC OS.

First you need to open the Apple menu and select “System Preferences”.

Next, select “Network” from the list.

After that, select your Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection from the list in the right menu and click “Advanced”.

From the top menu, select “Proxies” and check the “Web proxy (HTTP)” checkbox and enter your proxy and port on the right side. If the proxy requires a login and password for authorization, enter it below.

Then switch to “Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS)” and make the same settings.

If you need to connect SOCKS Proxy, do the same thing as http and https.

Next, click “OK” and “Apply”. That’s where the settings are finished. You can open your browser and use the Internet.

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