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How To Change DNS Settings Windows 10?
The domain name system (DNS) is a naming system for computers and devices that are connected to the Internet or a private network. It helps in translating the domain names to different numerical IP addresses that are needed for locating and identifying the computer. Here, you have a chance to change DNS settings Windows 10.
The DNS has the responsibility of assigning domain names and it helps in mapping the names to different resources that have a separate domain. If you are still using the DNS server provided by your ISP, it is time to change the DNS settings.
- If you want to change DNS settings Windows 10 first, click the Windows (Start) icon located at the bottom left corner of the desktop.
- Click the Settings icon on the left pane. The Settings window will open now.
- Locate and click the Network & Internet option. This will open the Network window on your computer.
- Locate the Network and Sharing option at the bottom of the window and click it.
- Now, in the Network and Sharing window, click the Change Adapter settings option on the left side.
- Select the Wi-Fi or the internet option based on the type of connection you have on your Windows 10 computer.
- Perform a right-click and select the Properties option.
- The Properties pop-up window will now open.
- Click to select the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPV4) option and click the Properties button in the pop-up window.
- Click the radio button beside the option Obtain an IP address automatically.
- Click the radio button for the option Use the DNS Server addresses and click the OK button.
- Now, you can enter the DNS addresses you want to use on your Windows 10 computer.
- Click the OK button.
- Now, you have successfully change DNS settings Windows 10.