These steps would be similar for all versions of Chrome, though, button names and options can change a bit depending on the particular version of Chrome.
To start the process of setting proxies in your Chrome browser click the "Customize and control Google Chrome" button on the toolbar and then select Settings.
After that, you should go down the list to the "Show advanced settings..." and then click on it.
In this list find the Network settings, and select the "Change proxy settings..." button.
Select "LAN settings" in the Internet Properties window.
Go to LAN Settings and uncheck the box "Automatically detect settings". In the Proxy Server section of the menu click "Use a proxy server for your LAN..." to enable your proxies.
Enter the IP Address of your Proxy Server in the address field, together with the Proxy Server Port Number in the Port field. You need to copy the IP Address and the Port Number of your Proxy Server(s) from your PrivateProxy.me account.
Click OK and then click OK again to save your proxy settings.
Once you have completed this process, you will be surfing the web with your proxy server settings. Depending on your authentication settings, you may be required to enter your proxy credentials once you open a web page. All this information is at your fingertips in your PrivateProxy.me account.
If you are unable to connect to your proxy server, please contact our Tech Support as soon as you discover the problem.
If you need to disable your Proxy Server, go through the above process again and uncheck the "Use a proxy server for your LAN..." and check the "Automatically detect settings" box in your LAN Settings.