The Proxy tab is designed to filter proxies according to pre-configured rules.
The Show rules button activates the list of rules for filtering the proxy list, you can read more about the rules here.
After activating the list of rules, select one or several of them with a tick and the proxies collected by ZennoProxyChecker will be filtered according to the selected rule (s). In the window on the right, you can see that the number of proxies has decreased, since some of them do not match the rule.
You can see an illustrative example in the animation below.
We can see how the main list of proxies collected by the program is filtered according to the list of rules from the left column. Let me remind you that these rules can be configured in the rules tab. More details.
Copy to clipboard
The Copy to clipboard button copies the proxy to the clipboard. Next, you can paste these addresses into a text file or anywhere else using the CTRL + V key combination.
Save to file
The Save to file button saves the filtered proxies to a file. You need to select the path on your computer where you will save the file.
The Clear List button clears all collected live proxies.
Last time of check and rating
The button adds two columns
Time - time of the last check
Rating - each proxy has its own rating. This rating grows when using a proxy - when it is selected from a "live" list.
The rating drops if the proxy fails the check. The logic of the program is such that proxies are regularly taken from the database for checking, taking into account the rating - first of all, the proxies with the highest rating are checked. Proxies with a low rating will be rechecked last. Do not think that a live proxy with a high rating will be issued by the program over and over again - it will be taken for verification no earlier than the time specified in the source setting in the Auto-Mode tab will be expired, section Auto checking settings
The button activates the columns, which show whether the proxy has passed the check on this or that URL.
You can also sort any column by the parameters you need. To do this, click on the column name, as in the animation below.
At the very bottom, a legend is displayed that will tell you what this or that icon means.