In the Network Settings pane of your Preferences, you may have noticed that you can manually set the servers your connection will use.

There are a few reasons for doing this, namely speeding up the time it takes to look up any given website, but also to bypass some annoyances in your ISP’s (or IT department’s) default name server.

Such annoyances could include domain blocking, censorship and other things you may or may not know are even happening. For the part, though, you’d change your DNS settings to make sure you were using the fastest possible server from your location.

Read on to find out how!

75305f2ae9536125.jpg Manage your DNS settings for faster web browsing

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Manage your DNS settings for faster web browsing