Internet is not a safe place anymore. That’s why, users now prefer to benefit from the services of Proxy Servers. However, configuring proxies can be tricky sometimes. Even you may get stuck in a situation where you Can’t Disable Proxy in Windows 10. So here, I’ve added some best working fixes of this issue.
4 Ways to Fix Can’t Disable Proxy in Windows 10
- Press Win + R keys to launch the Run box.
- Type Regedit inside the available space and press Enter
- Go to the following file path:
- Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings
- Right-click on the right pane and select New >> DWORD (32-bit) Value
- Name the newly created key file as ProxySettingsPerUser
- Now double click on ProxySettingsPerUser and change its value to 1
- Close the Registry Editpr and restart your Windows PC.
Disable Proxy From Settings
- Press Win + I keys to open Settings.
- Click on Network & Security
- Select Proxy from the left pane.
- Disable all toggles available inside the right pane.
Close Apps Associated With Port 8080
- Press Win + S keys to open the Cortana search.
- Type cmd in the bar and click on Run as administrator
- Execute the following command inside cmd interface:
- netstat -abno | findstr LISTENING | findstr :8080
- See if there’s a ISUSPM.exe file available inside the list.
- If there is, then right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager
- After selecting ISUSPM.exe from the process tab, click on End Task
- Now launch the file explorer and open the following file path:
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\InstallShield\Update
- Select ISUSPM.exe file and rename it to ISUSPM-old.exe
- Thereafter, reboot your PC.
Scan for Malware
- Launch Windows 10 Settings
- Navigate to Update & Security
- Select Windows Security from the left pane.
- Click on Virus & threat protection
- Hit the Quick Scan button.
Note: Let your PC scan for viruses peacefully. And don’t forget to allow it to perform nesscary steps required to clean out your device from malware and deadly apps.
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