If you are anything like me you probably change DNS servers a whole lot to experiment with tweaks to optimize or speed up your Internet connection.
For those who don’t know what a DNS server is it stands for Domain Name System and serves the purpose of translating an IP address into a domain such as Facebook.com or Google.com etc.
By changing your DNS server from your ISP’s default you can actually speed up or secure your Internet traffic. The only downside with doing this is the lengthy steps required to change a DNS address, fortunately an awesome tool I stumbled across the other day called DNS Jumper has you covered.
The tool is 100% free and portable so you can carry it around on a flash drive when needed or just quickly switch between DNS servers to test internet speed it also has a benchmark feature to help you keep track of your findings. All in all I would strongly recommend you try this tool especially if you change settings a fair bit hopefully with this you can achieve a faster internet speed.
Alessio Rigoli is the founder of AGR Technology and got his start working in the IT space originally in Education and then in the private sector helping businesses in various industries. Alessio maintains the blog and is interested in a number of different topics emerging and current such as Digital marketing, Software development, Cryptocurrency/Blockchain, Cyber security, Linux and more.
Alessio Rigoli, AGR Technology