Proxifier v4 for Windows

Documentation

Introduction
Quick Start
What's New in Version 4
Migration from Version 3
Working with Proxifier
Proxy Server Settings
Proxification Rules
Name Resolution
Profiles
User Interface
System Tray Icon
Manual Proxification
Proxy Chains
Proxy Redundancy
HTTP Proxy Support
Advanced Proxy Settings
Profile Auto Update
Direct Connections
Log Files
Services and Other Users
Additional Info
Proxifier Editions
Windows Service Mode
Portable Network Engine
Proxy Checker
Connection Loop Problem
Installation and Driver
License and Support
Trial and Registration
Technical Support
End-User License Agreement

Related Topics

Manual Proxification
Standard Edition only

Apart from using Proxification Rules, you can set proxification options manually for certain applications. When Proxifier is installed and running, Windows adds a Proxifier command to the .exe-file context menu.

The Proxifier submenu offers the same actions as the Proxification Rules. You can select a proxy or a chain, block connections, or process connections directly. When an instance of an application is started using the Proxifier command, all other rules are ignored for that instance (specific PID).

Please note that the Proxifier command is available only for .exe files or shortcuts (.lnk files) that point to .exe files. Windows can use various kinds of surrogate shortcut that technically are not links to .exe files. If you do not see the Proxifier command in the context menu of an application, it is recommended that you find its executable file and create a direct link to it.
To display the context menu for application icons on the task bar, hold down the “Shift” key while right clicking them.

Another problem may result from applications that use launchers and multiple instances. If you open a program that starts another one, only the first program will be processed according to the Proxifier command. For example, browsers usually launch multiple instances, so only the original instance will be affected by the manual proxification.


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