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What is Primo Browser?

Primo Browser is a multi-session privacy browser that gives a unique device fingerprint for each tab that  you open. It also allows you to upload proxies that will mask your browsing session so that each tab  gets a different IP address


1. Sign up for a free 10-day trial over at

sign up free trial page

2. On the sign-up page, don’t forget to type in the NETNUT discount/promo code in the “Promo Code” textbox before clicking “Submit” to get a discount off your Primo Browser subscription once your free trial ends.

discount/promo code textbox


3. Once you’ve completed the sign-up process, an automated email would be sent to your email address that contains a link that would let you create a password for your Primo Browser account. It would likely end up in your spam/junk/trash mail folder so you would need to move it  to your inbox first before you can click the link. 

automated email

4. Log in to the admin panel ( and click the button that corresponds to your computer’s operating system to download the installation file.

computer’s operating system

5. After downloading, double click on the file to run the installer and Primo Browser should  automatically open once the installation is complete (if on Windows):

Primobrowser launcher


if it doesn’t auto launch, just double click the “Primo Browser” icon on your desktop to launch it.

primo browser icon

a. But if your computer is running on a Mac, after double clicking the installer drag “Primo” to the “Applications” folder on the left, open the “Applications” folder and  double click on the “Primo Browser” icon to launch it. 

mac version primo installer

6. Once Primo Browser launches, you should now see the login screen. Enter your login credentials  to proceed. 

 login screen

7. Once you’ve installed the Primo Browser, you would need to upload proxies into it. You would  need to have a working proxy batch from your proxy provider which you would need to save into  a CSV file (sample file can be found here). We can reformat your proxy file for you if needed so  that you can upload it to our Primo Browser. Just please reach out to us at

8. Once your proxies are saved in a proxy file, please refer to the steps in this short walkthrough  video or to the image below on how you can upload proxies into your Primo Browser:

welcome page

9. Once you’ve enabled the proxies, open 2 or more browser tabs (CTRL + T) and go to to check the IP addresses of each of your Primo Browser tabs. If  each tab is getting a different IP address, then that indicates the proxies are working.

browser leaks webpage

10. More walkthrough videos can be found at But if you need assistance, please feel free to send us an email at Or you may also book a quick meeting with our support manager via

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