What is DNS and his purpose? DNS stands for Domain Name System. This is set of unique number that is assigned to respective ISPs to connect to the World Wide Web. When you are connected to your ISP, it assigns an IP address which you can connect to the internet. This can be relatively slow. The Google DNS is a public DNS server, when you configure your system to it, they re-route your internet traffic to the nearest data center which is pretty faster than your Default DNS.

Here are the procedures to change your Default DNS to Google’s

  1. Click on Start Menu, then select Computer
  2. Now click on System Properties
  3. Then click on Control Panel and select Network and Sharing Center
  4. Click on Change Adapter Setting.
  5. Here you will see all networks available. Select the one you want to change by right clicking on it, select Properties.
  6. Now click the Networking Tab, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) then click on
  7. Now select the radio button Use the following DNS server addresses, enter in the value or and then click on OK.


Now you have successfully changed your Default DNS to Google DNS. Congratulations. Please share your thought in our comment section.

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