If your computer can't look up IP addresses quickly, it seriously slows down your browsing.
Fortunately, there are other DNS servers out there you can use.
We're talking about your DNS, or Domain Name System.
If you're a longtime reader, you've probably heard the term before. Every computer and mobile gadget has an IP address.
Below these boxes are a series of charts and graphs.
Once you've got your settings in place, hit Start Benchmark.
This is what identifies it to other computers, and website servers are no different.
Google.com's IP address, for example, is "188.8.131.52".
After the download is complete, extract the installation files. On the first window, you'll see a field labeled Nameservers.
This will automatically be filled with the IP address of your current DNS. One says "Include global DNS providers," the other says "Include best available regional DNS services." Leave both of these checked. The first checkbox lets you check if the DNS is blocking certain sites.