There are plenty of cases in which you need to make an application operate through a proxy server. Many applications come with native support for this function, letting you configure them to run through a proxy. But many others don’t provide this feature. Happily, there’s still a solution, and its name is Proxifier.
Proxifier is a handy program that lets you assign and use proxy servers for any applications. It is capable of making any application operate through SOCKS or HTTPS proxies and chains. A very important advantage of this application is its flexible rule system. These “proxification” rules can be based on application names, IP addresses, hostnames and port numbers, and each rule can be assigned to deploy the usage of a standard proxy, chain, block or of a direct connection.
Despite being a powerful tool that incorporates plenty of handy additional functions and options, using Proxifier is not difficult at all. Its interface is self-explanatory and makes it easy to create a proxy rule and assign the usage of a proxy server.
In conclusion, if you need to assign a proxy to an application for whatever reason, such as in order to bypass firewalls or other connection restrictions, then this tool is the one that makes this task really simple and easy.