Speed up the internet with DNS Settings

Published by hirantha at 9:42 PM under Google | DNS

When Google launched its own DNS service a year ago, one of the main stated goals behind the project was speed. While there are alternative services such as OpenDNS and UltaDNS, the problem is that most Internet users have no idea what a DNS server is, let alone how to configure one, or test how fast it is.

Google created Namebench, a piece of software to find the fastest DNS server available for you to use. The program is available for OS X, Windows, and Linux, and the entire thing has been open sourced.

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