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Got Browsing Woes? Try Google’s Public DNS

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google-logoSeveral weeks ago, I changed over to Google’s Public DNS. I changed over because I was getting fed up with my ISP’s (Rogers) delayed and failed responses.

If you ever had to press F5 and refresh a URL in order to reach your destination, then do yourself a favor and change your DNS. I’ve been using it for weeks and I haven’t had any of the issues I was experiencing before.

There are alternatives such as OpenDNS, but I figured that if anyone knows a thing or two about fast internet, it’s Google.

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  1. vinyl_warrior
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    Google’s DNS and iTunes movie rentals don’t place nice though. Download speeds are dramatically slower when using google DNS.

    I use Google DNS on a device by device basis so I can toggle off when necessary.

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