3 Free and Fast Desktop Proxy Software

There are many offices, countries where few websites like Twitter, Facebook etc are blocked but we do need to check out such websites for some work. In that case proxy software allows you to check out blocked websites. There are online proxy applications which also allows you to surf blocked websites but those are slow as compared to proxy software. Thus I prefer to use proxy softwares to access blocked websites.

Here are 3 fast and free proxy software:


You can use Ultrasurf with browsers like IE, Firefox that too very easily. The default browser is IE but you can change the settings according to your requirements. You even don’t have to worry about your username or passwords hack. It is safe and reliable to use. It also hide IP addresses, browsing history and cookies.


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Your Freedom:

Your Freedom is both for Mac, linux, Windows and any other which can run Java . Before you install Your Freedom software you will need to register to Your Freedom website. Once installed, its very easy to configure the settings. After done with settings, you can easily access the blocked websites.

Your Freedom

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JAP stands for Java Anonymous Proxy and can be used on all OS which runs Java. It take care of your username passwords and IP addresses so that you need not to worry about privacy. You can turn ON or OFF anonymity. There are many advance features available in Jap and you must give Jap a try.


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Are you using any proxy software, if yes do share your feedback with us.

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  • Anelly December 10, 2010, 1:12 pm

    i use ibvpn but I’ve tested many proxy applications and VPNs before. until now it is the best: good speed and good servers.

  • Mark Ackley August 23, 2012, 2:45 pm

    I really surprised because you have not mentioned here Hotspot Shield.
    Check it out here: