How to set up proxies in Safari

Safari is a Web browser originally released by Apple for the Mac OS X operating system. The Windows edition of Safari differs from the Mac OS X edition and uses the proxy settings specified in the “Internet Options” area of your Control Panel. Safari automatically opens this dialog window when you attempt to change your proxy configuration.


1. Open Safari

2.  Open Safari Menu and click on Preferences

3. Go to Advanced

4. Click Change Settings

5. Check the box Web Proxy (HTTP).

6. Enter the Web Proxy Server, Port number, Username and Password

7. Click OK

You will agree with me from the above steps that proxy settings on Safari are not difficult. With just a few click and button presses, you are on your way to using proxies on Safari. Happy surfing the Internet using proxies on Safari.