DNS stands for Domain name System. Like our names internet websites also have their own unique names known as Domain, domains are connected with server IPs, when you type website address in browser tab DNS resolver look for connected IP with that Domain and then redirect your connection to that IP server and in this way you browse on the internet.
Every ISP have their own DNS resolver, they are automatically updated all the time to keep up with latest data, most of ISPs have slow update of DNS resolvers which sometimes cause new websites not resolving issue, also many internet service providers have low-speed DNS resolving which cause slow browsing problem that’s way technology Gaint google provide their own DNS service for free to speed up your internet surfing, also many times ISPs block website and show ads by using DNS resolvers but you can easily bypass them using Google DNS or OpenDNS.
Google DNS was first launched in 2009 and is aimed to provide fast internet connection and prevention from Domain hijacking, using Google Public DNS is simple, easy and free for everyone, below are DNS resolver addresses that you can use on your PC.
IPV4 users(Mostly used):
OpenDNS is private company providing DNS service with extra features like phishing protection, adult filters & spam protection, they offer this service for free as well as paid for extra features, you can sign up on their site to get personal features, otherwise you can use their general free DNS given below.
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