Recommending FoxyProxy for Facebook

Last updated on July 20th, 2013 at 04:17 pm

As far as proxy server for Facebook login is concerned, I should also recommend FoxyProxy. This is an extremely useful browser plugin tool for Firefox browser, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.

If Facebook login is as important as your daily dose of caffeine in the morning, then FoxyProxy will be you right companion. It is lightweight, low-memory usage and its free!FoxyProxy

Credits goes to Eric H. Jung who created this plugin.

So before you continue to read on, you may have this 2 immediate questions:-

1) Is FoxyProxy the ‘gateway’ to Facebook login?
2) Does FoxyProxy provide free list of proxy server?

The answer to both questions is “No”. Not a gateway, and no free proxy servers.

This tool is a plugin for browser. The main purpose of FoxyProxy works as a connection switcher by your chosen proxy servers. Meaning, you must have your list of proxy server.

What’s the buzz? Isn’t it just another plugin? I think its more than what one might has thought.

FoxyProxy helps to reduce all the inconveniences of setting proxy server one at a time. It is a multitasking tool to apply more than one proxy server at a time.

A simple descriptions for this plugin tool, “connection across one or more proxy servers based on URL patterns” thus, reducing “manual process of editing (browser’s)settings ...”

So where to get free proxy servers? Some can be obtain here. Having said there, FoxyProxy does provide paid service for reliable, high-bandwidth proxy servers.

Therefore, its a matter of being exclusively taken care or be a free-willy to google your own proxy server.

My only usage is basically for Facebook login. Below an excerpts of description from the download link for Firefox plugin.

FoxyProxy is a Firefox extension which automatically switches an internet connection across one or more proxy servers based on URL patterns. Put simply, FoxyProxy automates the manual process of editing Firefox’s Connection Settings dialog. Proxy server switching occurs based on the loading URL and the switching rules you define.

Is this tool require very technical skill to configure or settings?

In my opinion, this is not difficult to use. Once you get the hands of it, you will like it more.

Watch this how-to videos.

The official link is