On Windows search, look for 'proxy'. It should show you the shortcut to 'se proxy server'
Click on it and, in the internet properties window that will open, click on 'lan settings'
Uncheck 'automatically detect settings'
Check if the browsers work.
@cratte There isn't but the author of the topic or anyone else can always indicate what solution solved the problem, so others can benefit from it.
Usually solved threads are closed to avoid confusion.
@zalex108 said in Antivirus displays my location:
Look at the website for the API settings warning message in case it doesn't connect.
Check the previous provided link.
change the ZPN Settings to Api, as if it was Android.
I agree but whats the point if nobody else seams interesting to help me confirm it actually blocks or not.
I have a software that actually blocks things like this anyway and is not browser dependent so I'll guess I just stick with that.
Thanks for all the replies @leocg
Judging from some of the recent similar negative comments at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opera.app.news&hl=en_US&showAllReviews=true, there are others with the same issue. You might try contacting the app's feedback line at: firstname.lastname@example.org
He (known as Jaybro in the old forums) wasn't obnoxious. I mean the people who would change posts after their target would read it, or stuff like that. If they could tell when the mods were offline they'd make their posts then - but if they couldn't tell then we were more likely to catch them.