When you browse the web by entering URLs, your browser needs to communicate with a DNS server before loading the page. Web servers require you to use a numeric IP address instead of the character address. In the meantime, DNS servers have the function of translating characters to numbers. So, the faster the DNS server is, the faster your browser connects to a web page. Typically, you get DNS servers from an ISP that can connect to you. But you can use other free DNS Servers, including OpenDNS or Google Public DNS. The company’s namebench program does this for you.
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