Here is how you quickly configure Google Chrome on Windows to use a proxy server.
Step 1. On the top right corner of Google Chrome, you will find an icon called Customise and Control. Click on that
Step 2. Now click on Advanced Settings
Step 3. Scroll to the 'Network' area of the settings and click on Change proxy settings
Step 4. Click on the Connections tab inside the Internet Options window. Now click on LAN Settings.
Step 5. Tick the option. Use a proxy server for your LAN
Step 6. Enter the proxy server IP and Port. Also, enter the username and password if needed.
Step 7. Click OK and then click on Apply to save the new settings
That saves the proxy settings, and you can now navigate Chrome to a service like HTTPBin http://httpbin.org/ip to check if Chrome is using the proxy you typed in or not.