6. DNS Settings Change
Here is another practical thing you can use. Which is to use a third-party DNS Service, and OpenDNS, Instead the default one provided by the internet provider that you’re using now.
If you don’t know what is DNS? It converts any domain names you want to access into an IP Address your computer can use.
When searching you anything on Google.com in your browser, your computer will ask your internet provider’s DNS server what the IP address is for Google.com.
Then it gives you the IP, and your computer connects to that, but it all happens behind the scenes. The advantage you can use third-party DNS Service,
It could be faster, the web page will respond faster, and in the case of OpenDNS, it has a big list of malicious websites that it will automatically redirect your connection.
Google also has its own set of public DNS servers you can use, but it does not do any filtering. To change your DNS, You can do it on a specific computer, or on your router,
Which would apply to all computers on your network? And it’s not hard as you think, Just go to your router settings page, and if you using Tenda router Click on Advanced, And then click on DNS Settings and change the DNS.
DNS 1 220.127.116.11, DNS 2 18.104.22.168 It’s really standard feature and every router should have it. And it’s very helpful for Protect Computer.
You go to change DNS and if you see something that says Dynamic DNS, or DDNS, that’s something different don’t change that.