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HOW TO FIX WINDOWS 10 PROXY ERROR?
Here are some major causes that could lead to fix the Windows 10 proxy error on your PC. If there is any wrong with the proxy server settings or the address is incorrect in Windows 10, the proxy error can be caused. Disable the proxy feature to resolve the issue.Not able to connect to Proxy server – You can use VPN to avoid getting this error.Err_Proxy_Connection_Failed on Windows 10 – this error is usually seen in the web browsers. You can reset the browser to the default settings. Use a different browser to resolve the issue.No connection on your browser – In some cases, antivirus programs can interfere with web browsers.To resolve this issue, you have to disable or remove your third-party security tool.
Method 1: Check the internet connection
- Make sure the computer is connected to a proper and stable internet connection.
- Connect the computer to a LAN connection instead of connecting to a Wi-Fi, to solve the error.
- It is also recommended to try using other browsers like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to see if the Windows 10 proxy error appears.
Method 2: Check your Antivirus
- Uninstalling the antivirus application can always solve issues related to the internet.
- However, there are specific third-party applications that can be of good use at a time like this.
- Perform a quick scan on your computer, and once the scanning is complete, take actions to quarantine or remove the infected files from your computer.
- Now, the issue will be resolved.
Method 3: Check Proxy settings
- In your keyboard, open the search window by pressing Windows Key+S, type control panel, and press the Enter key to fix Windows 10 proxy error.
- You can also open the control panel from the Start menu.
- Click Network and Internet option and select Internet Options.
- Now, click the Connections tab, and then click LAN settings.
- Click the checkbox to unselect the option, Use a proxy server for your LAN.
- Select the box beside automatically detect settings to enable automatic detection.
Method 4: Reset Google Chrome
- Open the Google Chrome browser application.
- Click on the menu icon (three-dotted icon) at the top right corner of the Google Chrome application.
- Navigate and click the Settings option in the menu and click the Advanced button.
- Click the option Restore settings to their original defaults under the Reset and Cleanup section.
- Confirm the option by clicking the Reset Settings button to fix the Windows 10 proxy error.