A Web proxy is an Internet connection in which the user's computer connects to a remote computer, called a proxy server, which transmits data to and from the Web and user on behalf of the user. The primary reasons for pr... More »

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A U.S. proxy server is needed when a person requires an intermediary between her web browser and the Internet. These servers can be used for several processes, including improving browsing performance, increasing securit... More »

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A proxy server provides an anonymous portal for accessing information over the Internet. Many businesses and individuals rely on proxy servers as a means of online protection. In order to use a proxy to access the Web, u... More »

Depending on the browser, the process of using a Web proxy involves navigating to the browser's proxy server settings. Proxy Web pages are an alternative for users who do not know how to configure their browsers. More »

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Web pages on the Internet cache data on users’ computers to expedite loading of the pages. Clearing your browsing history helps to free up disk space on your computer and enhances your privacy online. More »

There are a number of reasons why a computer might kick its user off the Internet, including issues with the modem's programming or connection to the main Internet server. Other possible reasons are a faulty modem or mod... More »

A proxy server is a node on the Internet that allows a user to obscure his IP and location from sites that he visits. The server establishes a secure connection and rebroadcasts packets so that they appear to originate w... More »

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