DNS servers as all of us know are used to translate  humanly memorable domain names  and hostnames into the corresponding  IP addresses because memorizing a site through its name is a lot easier than its IP address. The DNS is a distributed system and 13 top level root servers contain the complete database of domain names and IP addresses. This technology is based on the client/server architecture. Your Web browser functions as a DNS client  and contacts your Internet provider’s DNS servers when navigating between Web sites.

Some times your default DNS server takes a long time to resolve the addresses and some times it may slow down resulting in decreased performance and slow browsing speed. That’s why public DNS servers like Google and OpenDNS have been launched to solve the problem and provide you the best internet experience. But you’ll have to manually configure them before using their services. But if you stay with me for a few minutes then you will find an automated solution for that.

Just click this link and download the free utility called DNS Jumper. You don’t need to install it as it executes on a single click.Switching between the DNS servers

This is the neat and clean interface of this application where you choose your Network Card and they provide some good and efficient DNS servers which you can use. They also let you choose the fastest available DNS server by clicking on the Fastest DNS button. So now you don’t need to configure your DNS server manually as you have an automated solution available. So grab it and use it.

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