IP Hider's modern main window makes disguising your IP address a walk in the park, although your walk will be briefly delayed when you go online. The program shows a list of available proxies on a drop-down menu and then places the usable proxies onto another drop-down list once you test them. We successfully hid our IP with the program, but only with Internet Explorer. (Although IP Hider also has Netscape, Opera, Mozilla, Firefox, and Avant on the list of browsers supported, the only one available for testing is IE.)
Annoyingly, you'll have to put up with a 10-second delay when you start your browser or hit the home page button. Why? An informational page from Codeen, the proxy server system, comes up before you're redirected to your requested destination.
Scheduled tracks cleaning for your history, URL bar, cookies, and temporary Internet files are included, though IP Hider didn't clear any of them for us when we hit the Cleanup button. You'll like IP Hider's masking skills, but its supplementary features are a bust in the trial version.