Usually you set up your PCs proxy settings via browser settings (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome…).
Microsoft gave us an alternative option to configure proxy server settings.
First bring up the charms bar by pointing the mouse cursor to the bottom-right corner of your computer screen.
You can also use Keyboard shortcut – Win+C.
Choose ‘Settings’ icon and select the ‘Change PC Settings’ option.
Choose ‘Network’ from left menu.
Choose “Proxy” from left menu. Turn on “Use a proxy server” option and enter proxy server IP address and port.
Go to http://whatismyipaddress.com/ and check your new IP address.
It’s a welcome enhancement to the latest OS from Microsoft.
Well, that was surprisingly easy. With it seeming like Microsoft is trying to make their OS as un-user friendly as possible nowadays, I expected to have to jump through more hoops to get this done. Maybe do a little dance? Do I have to dance for ya, Microsoft?
Here’s to hoping Windows 10 is actually good (it seems like every other Windows OS is good, so I’m somewhat hopeful)