Today I am again here to give you another how to post in my website. So, how to setup Google Public DNS on Windows PC? Are you searching for the same, which I am going to review today. Well! If yes! You are welcome.
So, to start with let me tell you the major reason why people use to setup Google public DNS on Windows PC. The major reason to setup it is to increase the speed of the internet connection. Yes! This is possible by using and setup Google DNS on Windows PC, which will enhance the speed of your internet plan without any charges.
So, it is a free service. So, before going for the setup of Google DNS, you should read some facts about Google DNS.
Some Facts about Google DNS
Google DNS was a service named as Domain Name System which was launched by Google on 3 December, 2009 so as to increase the web speed.
Google DNS server increases the speed by providing the below addresses for public use, which are mapped with the use of the nearest operational server location by anycast routing.
I suggest the users to keep an updated antivirus program before setting up Google DNS on your PC. Google DNS is a public domain, so you need to keep your PC protected.
Google DNS is secured as the IP address of the user is deleted after 24 hours from the servers. Only ISP and location information are stored permanently on servers.
So, if you now want to fasten your web’s speed, you need to setup Google DNS on your Windows PC. It can be any Microsoft Windows, all the steps are same. There will be few changes in the Windows 8, which would be easily tackled by the user, if he/she is reading the below steps to setup Google DNS easily.
How to Setup Google Public DNS on Windows PC?
So, your wait is over finally. I have posted in the easy steps to setup google DNS on Windows PC. Let us see in the following steps.
STEP 1 – Open control panel of your Windows pc by following the path: Start>Control Panel.
STEP 2 – Click on Network and Sharing center option from Control Panel as encircled in the above picture.
STEP 3 – Click on the Change Adapter settings (from the left pane) on the appeared window. The new window will appear in front of you having all the network connections.
STEP 4 – Now right click on your network and choose the properties. Below image is the screenshot demo.
STEP 5 – Now click on Internet protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click on Properties, which is encircled in below image.
STEP 6 – Now fill in the details of Preferred DND Server and Alternate DND Server as shown in the below image and click on OK.
So, now your Google DNS is setup on your Windows PC. You are done. Open your browser and browse web in enhanced speed. So, share your comments below. Was this post helpful for you?