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Changing the DNS setings for your network adapter and routor to Google DNS in Windows 7 video

All you have to do is type “Network and Sharing” in your start menu textbox and click  then “Click “Change adapter setings”.

Right click your network adapter, and pick properties.

Find Internet “Protocol Version 4 TCP/IPV4” and click it from the list then click properties button.

Lastly, in the DNS bo, select “Use the following DNS server addressess”

Type in in the first box and in the second box. Click OK

If you want to change your routor’s DNS go to your routors webstie which usually has an address like .

Look for the DNS section and type in in the first box and in the second box and click ok.

Google Claims that their DNS will speed up and secure your web browsing experience.

Speed up your Internet Speed by using 3rd party DNS servers like Google Public DNS, OpenDNS, Comodo DNS

2 comments… add one
  • kelvin July 5, 2011, 3:36 am

    issit same procedure if we use it on window xp?

  • Johnson Yip July 5, 2011, 1:54 pm

    Yes, it is pretty much the same except for the new networking sharing center which was not available in XP.

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