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This is ONLY FOR HOME USERS (Dialup & Broadband)
( NOT FOR CORPORATE USERS )
No matter how big the broadband pipe you use to surf the Web, it's not big enough. Everyone, whether they use a slowpoke dial-up modem or the fastest FiOS line, wants to surf faster.
There's a simple way you can get to Web sites faster, and it won't cost you a penny. You can hack the way your PC uses the Domain Name System (DNS), the technology underlying all Web browsing. It's far simpler to do than you might imagine,
DNS servers live on the Internet, and your computer contacts them with the request to do that translation, which is commonly called name resolution. When you use an ISP, your computer will automatically use the default DNS servers specified by your ISP; you typically don't need to set up DNS in any way. If you're on a corporate network, your systems administrator may have set you up to use specific DNS servers.
Here's the simplest way to hack DNS to speed up your Web browsing: Use free, superfast DNS servers run by the OpenDNS service instead of your ISP's DNS servers. OpenDNS has a monstrously big DNS cache, with DNS servers around the world, so you'll be able to retrieve IP addresses from it more quickly than from your ISP's DNS servers.
If you have Windows XP, first select Control Panel --> Network and Internet Connections --> Network Connections, right-click your network connection from the Network Connections window, and select Properties.
A dialog box like that shown below appears.
Click image to see larger view.
Scroll down to the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) listing and select Properties.
At the bottom of the screen, select "Use the following DNS server addresses."
For the Preferred DNS server, enter this address: 220.127.116.11.
For the Alternative DNS server, enter this address: 18.104.22.168.
The figure below shows the screen filled out properly.
Click Close and Close again.
Restart your PC in order for the settings to take effect.
Please contact me if you face any technical problem
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