Free proxy servers are not necessarily the easiest to find. Most of their traffic comes from word of mouth, so you would be lucky if you could find any reliable free proxy servers using Google.
- Sam Air is one of the largest resources for free proxy servers available. Their list offers pages and pages of proxies, listing well over a thousand proxy servers. Sam Air updates their list every single day.
- Public Proxy Servers is one of the leading free proxy server websites, offering nearly one thousand free proxy servers (updated daily). They offer free proxy servers that are located in numerous different countries.
- Proxy 4 Free is another well-known free proxy servers website; their list is not as established as Public Proxy Servers (but it is regularly updated).
Given below are some instructions on how to use a free proxy server.
- Internet access
- Launch your web browser.
- Under the “Tools” menu, select “Options.”
- Click on “Network” under the “Advanced” tab.
- Under “Connection,” select “Settings…”
- Select “Manual Proxy Configuration.”
- Enter the “HTTP Proxy” and the “Port” number of the proxy.
- Finally, make sure that “Use this proxy server for all protocols” is checked.
Note: These instructions may vary slightly depending on the browser that you are using.