Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) runs DNS servers for you, yet you don’t need to utilize them. You can utilize outsider DNS servers rather, which offer an assortment of peculiarities that your ISP presumably doesn’t. In this post today we will be talking about various benefits of opting for a third party DNS provider by … Read more7 Reasons To Use Third Party DNS Services
What is DNS? If you’re a total newbie to these terms, here is a quick summary. DNS is an acronym for Domain Name System, which basically translates websites’ domain URL in IP address. DNS servers are maintained mostly by ISPs (Internet Service Providers), and they have total control on it. But why DNS in so … Read moreWhy and How to Use Google DNS on Windows 7/XP
In my last post I discussed about what is public DNS, if you haven’t read it you can visit http://thegeekdaily.com/what-are-public-dns/and read about it. In this post I will discuss, step-by-step, how to use public DNS server and configure it. I am going to use Windows 7 in which I will use these public DNS. Same … Read moreHow to Use Public DNS Server?
First of all what is DNS? DNS stands for Domain Name System. It is an Internet service that translates domain names or host name into IP address. Our machine does not understand Host names, they identify websites using IP address. When u enter a website name in URL bar of your browser the browser sends … Read moreWhat is Public DNS & List of Fastest Public DNS for Gaming.
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