Speeding up your Internet browsing is sometimes possible without upgrading your connection or reducing bandwidth usage, thanks to the magic of the Domain Name System (DNS).
DNS services translate domain names into IP addresses and provide them to your browser to navigate you to certain websites. This task is accomplished by DNS resolvers, which recursively look through the domain name supplied by each user and the IP addresses stored on connected servers.
These resolvers are located in different places and can operate and varying speeds, both of which have an effect on your browsing experience. To determine which provides the best experience, try to compare public DNS servers available based on latency results.
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