Thursday, February 23, 2012

How to speed up your Internet Connection

There are many ways to speed up your internet connection. In this article I will show you how to get fastest speed to load your websites by the using of Google public DNS. Domain Name System (DNS) is a database system that translates a computer’s fully qualified domain name into an IP address. For example, when you type hackspc.com in web browser then DNS translate hackspc.com to computer readable number known as IP address and when computer knows about the IP location of web domain name it simply opens website in the browser.
Our ISP (Internet Service Provider) provide their DNS which are located at router. Sometimes DNS server of ISP is very slow then it takes so much time to find out the web address and open the website. To solve this problem you can replace your ISP’s DNS service with Google Public DNS by changing the settings of the network connection.

1) Go to Start -> Control Panel

2) Click on Network Connections in Control Panel

3) Right click on Local Area Connection and then click on Properties

4) Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then click on properties

5) Select Use the following DNS server addresses in filed Preferred DNS server type 8.8.8.8 and in Alternate DNS server type 8.8.4.4

2 comments:

sujithra sree said...

Follow these given below Steps
1. Go to My Computer property
2. Choose HARDWARE.
3. then you will see down there will be the option of DEVICE MANAGER Click on it
4. Your computer configuration will be adduce infront you there will be the modems section.
5. then Go to Modems Properties having right click on it
6. then go to Advanced option after that you will see a box name is Extra initialization
commands u just have to put there one command is at*fx
7. then click on ok and Enjoy High Speed of your internet
to check the connection speed try Ip-Details.com and know the speed and if you still feel it to be slow then you can contact your provider to get high speed..

Anonymous said...

its not DNS FAKE

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