Proxies offer a variety of advantages for networks including more security and a reduction in bandwidth. They are common in business and school settings, but you can configure them at home in case your connection speed slows down. Windows 10’s Settings app and Control Panel are where you can set proxy settings. If you use a Proxy for work or school make sure that the Automatic detection settings and Use setup scripts are turned on under the Automatic proxy Setup section.
To change your settings manually To change your settings manually, open the Internet Options window from 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, enter the data of your proxy service provider. Then, check the box Use the proxy server to connect to your LAN, and close the Internet Options window.
Malware can mess up your proxy settings on your network and prevent you from going online. If the error “Windows couldn’t automatically detect the proxy settings for this network” persists you should run a scan with an helpful tools for your business anti-malware tool and see if it can help.
If the issue persists, try changing proxy settings via the Registry. Be cautious, as changing the Registry can cause irreparable system damage. Before trying this method, we suggest creating a backup. To do this, press the Win + R keys simultaneously. Enter cmd. This will launch classic Command Prompt.