I am sure many of you are using Google’s Chrome browser already and even Google DNS for the fastest internet access.
Google DNS probably are much faster over your ISP’s DNS. To use Google DNS, you simply need to point your DNS server addresses to “220.127.116.11″ or “18.104.22.168″ in your network settings. Above is shown for Windows 7 but it should be fairly similar on Ubuntu and Mac.
Oh yeah, you can do it for your wifi devices too if you’d like.
*Note – If you are Ubuntu/linux user, also see the hack on how to install DNS caching on your computer to make it go even faster.
For those of you who are still not using Google Chrome, you can see video below why you should be using it.