There are two types of IP addresses - static and dynamic. To change the dynamic, it is enough to turn on and off the computer, modem or router. But what if, for some reason, you decide to change your static IP address?
Use a simple, non-programmed method to get started. Open the Windows start menu and type cmd to access the command prompt. Enter: ipconfig / release into it and press Enter. This will reset your network settings. After that go to "Network" (through "Start" or "Control Panel") and select "Properties". Double click on the subsection "Internet Protocol (TCP / IP)". Check the box next to Use the following IP address. Enter the address you need (the "mask" column will be filled in automatically). Click on "OK" twice. Select "Connection" and refer to the "Properties" submenu in the "Network" section again. Open "Internet Protocol (TCP / IP)" again and check the box next to "Obtain an IP address automatically". Then click OK twice.
Use a connection to proxy servers. You can go to the site of the proxy server and indicate the path to the site you need in the browser line or use a special program (for example, ProxySwitcher). Take a video tutorial (depending on the browser you are using), run the program and change the IP address. To do this, select a "live" proxy server from the list and connect to it.
Download and install one of the programs for changing the IP address on your computer. For example, Easy Hide IP. Click on the Hide IP Now button to hide your real IP address. Then select Get A New IP to get a new address. To return to the previous one, click on Restore Real IP. Other similar programs (InvisibleBrowsing and other anonymizers) work approximately on the same principle.
Please note: if it is recorded that you are constantly changing your static address yourself, access to the network may be blocked. That is why it is better to contact your ISP to change the IP address legally.