Free Fastest Public DNS Servers To Boost Browsing Speed Experience [Updated: July 2013] - MabZiCLe | MabZTech
26 March 2013

Free Fastest Public DNS Servers To Boost Browsing Speed Experience [Updated: July 2013]

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Without DNS we REALLY need to memorize all numeric ip addresses, instead of using hostnames like mabzicle.com, you need to type in the address of: 192.31.186.146! And doing such could make our brain about to explode..well...not really!... Good thing, we don't need a high brain capacity to memorize all numbers. Instead, we are more convenient to remember and familiar hostnames (i.e. mabzicle.com).

Wait! DNS is not only use for such, it is use also in browsing experience. I don't think you have the keen patient enough to wait to some websites. In effect, you will just get frustrated. However, with this FREE PUBLIC DNS servers, it will improve its browsing speed experience. Cool right? But how?

Before we jumpstart to the DNS broad, we should know some little details about it.

What is DNS?
DNS (Domain Name System) - is a database of domain names for easier look up with its IP address. To illustrate, DNS is like a phone book for the Internet Domain Address in which it is HUMAN-Friendly to translate it to an IP Address that computer understand well. For a short note: Computer reads only 0 and 1, that is binary system. Thanks to DNS we don't need those massive numbers.

For example:
  • mabzicle.com(domain name) translated to ip address 192.31.186.146!
Unlike phone book, DNS quickly updates its database that whenever it has a network change it does not affect and notice end uses.

Example:
  • for mabzicle.com, you are not aware the change of its ip address. Because you can still access it without noticing it does change its ip address.
Dont worry, when you connect to your Modem, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) already assigns network configuration to you including dns servers.
How to check your DNS server?
With Command Prompt, you can display your network settings.
These are the steps: (note: i tested only in ipv4)
  1. click start, then type cmd to open command prompt
  2. In your command prompt black window, type this command: ipconfig /all it displays all ip configuration in your system.
  3. see screenshot here; You will find DNS server, IPv4 address, Default Gateway etc.
A sample ipconfig /all command to display ip configuration

How DNS works?
if you are curious enough to know how it dns works, try to see this image.
click image to view large: How DNS works? Probably you might want to try to read this.
Image Credits to: Najcolabs
Now for the main event... Boost Speed By Using FREE FAST DNS Servers.
Generally, DNS is an essential component of the functionality of the Internet. Without this stuff, we will experience brain damage for overloading capacity(imagine you will memorize billions of mix IPs). I hope not. :)

DNS can be also use in boosting(speed up) fast browsing experience. These are the FREE and FAST DNS Servers.
TOP 4 FREE FASTEST Public DNS Servers 2013
Manually add this in your network:

1. Google DNS Servers
  • 8.8.8.8
  • 8.8.4.4
I really use this DNS servers in my workstation, and i would really say it does improve browsing.

2. OpenDNS DNS servers
  • 208.67.222.222
  • 208.67.220.220
This is quite fast also.

3. Verizon DNS servers
  • 4.2.2.1
  • 4.2.2.2
  • 4.2.2.3
  • 4.2.2.4
  • 4.2.2.5
  • 4.2.2.6
4. Norton DNS US

  • 198.153.192.1
  • 198.153.194.1

No problem with it.
How to add DNS servers in your system?
This might be complicated but with these screenshots, i do hope you are on the same track as me.

Steps:

1. Go to your control panel then network center

or with this address: Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center

Thisis Network and Sharing Center
2. Click on Change adapter settings

In your Network Connections, you will see more than 2.

3. Next is where do you add this DNS servers? Here, i used USB Modem not on the LAN(Local Area Connection) with that, you need to right-click the icon then...click properties. And choose Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) see highlighted below. and click properties. You will see general tab properties for it.

IP v4 networking tab setting
For my GLOBE but for LAN see below
LAN version properties when viewing networking tab setting


4. Here, in General properties: Below it: i added some DNS servers like 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 (Google DNS servers) and you can just click ok however.

Where you put manual IP and DNS addresses.
5. If you want to add multiple DNS servers(like you want to add all other DNS servers) you can click the advanced button and look for the add...

Add some DNS TCP/IP DNS server in the Advanced TCP/IP Settings.
Now, click OK and feel the changes it brings to you. In my experienced, i really do recommend that you MUST add these DNS servers. Don't worry it does not damage your system, it will just add some backup DNS Server to boost speed in your browsing experience.
See other post: How to boost up Youtube buffering speed?
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Introducing: DNS Jumper
Now if you are tired in manually setting up your DNS Server, you use DNSJumper!

DNSJumper is a small utility that has the ability to look BEST DNS servers in just one click, you can just set it up, Flash DNS with its user-friendly interface. The good thing about this utility is that, it has plenty of DNS servers to test and choose from,


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Nowadays, there are many ways of optimizing this process through the use of dedicated tools.
One of those applications that can help you find the best DNS to shorten loading times for all webpages is DNS Jumper. This small utility packs a very good set of features that can be accessed and used via a user friendly GUI......
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