Your PC stores DNS data locally to speed up browsing, but you man want to flush the cache at some point. Here’s how to flush the DNS cache in Windows 10.
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Google Chrome has an internal DNS caching system. If you are struggling connecting to websites, here’s how to clear the Chrome DNS cache to fix the issue.
To protect your privacy, you might want to switch to a third-party DNS service. Check out this list of the best DNS services out there.
Have you encountered a DNS error in your browser and can’t visit any website at all? Find out how you can fix DNS errors and regain access to the Internet.
StreamJack TV SmartDNS is a service that unblocks the Web so that you can unblock geo-restricted content such as Netflix and Hulu. Get a lifetime subscription now.
Getting the DNS cache cleared on a Mac running OS X El Capitan is as easy as running a command in Terminal. This guide will help you do that.
Most of us are using unencrypted DNS which can be easily hacked by others. Here is how to configure your Windows machine to encrypt DNS queries.
Manually changing DNS services in Windows can be rather technical and confusing. With DNS Jumper, you can easily switch DNS services with a single click.
If you are not residing in the USA, you will not be able to access sites like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora and etc. Tunlr is a useful service that you can use to access Hulu, Netflix and many more sites from outside of USA, for free.
You’ve probably heard of alternate DNS servers and how they could probably help you in some way or another. You may also wonder why you need to switch over. I’m going to give you some reasons why you probably should be using third party DNS server. You will end up wondering why you haven’t done it yet.
Previously when we covered the method to install VLC-shares and stream video from your computer, some of you are having issue with a remote connection (connection from outside your home network) because your computer is using a dynamic IP. For those who are not aware, dynamic IP means that your IP address is constantly changing […]
DNS (Domain Name System) is the online service that maps a web url to an IP address. Whenever you surf the web, your ISP will perform a DNS lookup to translate the URL to its IP address before it can render the pages. As web pages become more complex, the number of DNS lookup increase […]
No matter how fast your Internet connection, you may be hitting a bottleneck in web browsing when it comes to your DNS server. Even a 10mb pipe could seem slow when browsing the web if your DNS server is taking too long to respond. A few days ago, Google announced that they are now proving […]