Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP
It can be challenging to change the default domain name servers (DNS) on a Microsoft Windows computer. In many cases, changing the DNS servers on a computer will require one to access a variety of network settings pages. In addition, it may be necessary to set up DNS servers for each network adapter on a computer. This can be a headache for many individuals with a busy lifestyle.
With DNS Jumper, it's possible to quickly and easily change the DNS servers on a computer.
An individual may need to change his or her DNS settings for a variety of reasons. In many cases, computers are set up to use the default DNS settings that are provided by an Internet service provider (ISP). While many ISPs do provide reliable DNS servers, there are some ISPs that offer inferior DNS servers. These DNS servers may be slow, unreliable or subject to constant errors. Fortunately, there are a variety of public DNS servers that are designed for reliability. By changing one's default DNS servers to these, it's possible to avoid many of the problems that are associated with ISP-provided DNS servers.
DNS Jumper can also be used to change the DNS settings on a computer browser like Chrome or Internet Explorer. Since some browsers will ignore the network settings on a computer, it may be necessary to change the default DNS settings on one's browser. By doing this, it's possible to quickly and easily ensure superior DNS performance.
In many cases, it can take several minutes to change the DNS settings on a computer through regular methods. By using DNS Jumper, it's possible to update and change the DNS settings on a Microsoft Windows computer in only a few seconds. This can be a great way to save time and reduce the risk of problems.