In this article we will look how to do it in Windows 7, 8 or 10.
Switching to a Better DNS Provider
First, go to your network status notification icon and right-click on it. Select from the menu Open the Network and Sharing Center.
Next, choose the Change adapter settings hyperlink on the left-hand side of the Network and Sharing Center.
Note: Another way to do this step faster is to write “ncpa.cpl” in the Start Menu’s search or Run box.
Next, right-click on the network adapter which you desire to change the DNS settings for. The next step is to select properties from the context menu.
When the properties are opened, you should select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) from the list, and click Properties again.
In this example you will see the IPv4 settings for your network adapter. It’s seen on the bottom half of the dialog that your PC is set to get its DNS settings “automatically”. If you want, you can change it to manual settings.
Finally, select a service below and type the DNS server addresses.
Here, we choose to go with Google DNS, but other people can use this information to track your browsing habits.
If you need more information how DNS works, please search articles in details about it.
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