How to Configure Network Proxy Settings in Windows 10
Proxies offer many benefits to your network, such as extra security and bandwidth savings. You can set them up at your home if experiencing a slow connection speed. Windows 10’s Settings app and Control Panel are where you can set up proxy settings. If you use a proxy for school or work, you should make sure you have the Use automatic detection of settings is turned on and the Use setup script feature is On under the Automatic Proxy Setup section.
To modify your settings manually, open the Internet Options window via the Control Panel or by searching for “Internet options” in the search bar. Open the LAN settings by clicking the Advanced tab. In the Address and Port fields, type in the details of your proxy provider. Then check the box Use proxy server for your local area network and close the Internet Options Window.
Malware can mess up the settings of your network proxy and prevent you from connecting online. If the error “Windows could not detect automatically this network’s proxy settings” persists, run a scan with an anti-malware tool and see if it helps.
If the problem persists it is possible to reset the proxy settings through the Registry. Be cautious since altering the Registry can cause irreversible damage to your system. We suggest making an initial backup before you begin this method. To do this, hold down the Win + R keys simultaneously. Enter cmd http://alicehopper.review/electronic-data-room-everything-you-need-to-know and hit Enter. This will launch the standard Command Prompt.