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Q&A: How to use a proxy for non-web surfing programs?

August 7, 2011 by admin  
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Question by Shane Rothery: How to use a proxy for non-web surfing programs?

It is easy enough to use a proxy on an internet program like Firefox o IE, but what programs can let you use a proxy for everything? Such as games and chat programs that don’t have their own proxy options. I live overseas but would like to access material from my home country. icon sad Q&A: How to use a proxy for non web surfing programs?

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.

Best answer:


You can find some free anonymous proxy server list in those website and some knowledge about the proxy.The proxy sites update checked fresh proxy list daily.You can use it to surf some blocked websites.This site usually update the list at 12 noon(EST),Because proxy server offline very fast, So you should use it in time.

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2 Responses to “Q&A: How to use a proxy for non-web surfing programs?”
  1. ds says:

    Facebook and Myspace Proxy address that changes daily.

    Today’s address (2/08) is: port 80

    Get the daily free proxy address here:

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