Speed up Internet by changing DNS and moving Modem

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In today's always-connected world, a strong and reliable internet connection is essential. But sometimes, even with a good internet provider, you can still end up with a slow and unreliable connection. If you're finding yourself frustrated with a slow and sluggish internet connection, there are a few things you can do to try to speed it up. In this article, we'll share some tips and tricks on how to speed up your Wi-Fi, as well as how to secure your DNS and improve your internet download speed.

Consider antenna power

Slow internet can result in a bad mood and decreased productivity. Many people don't realize that there are several ways to speed up a slow internet connection. One way is to decrease the distance between your modem and your laptop or smartphone. This will result in better antenna power so the speed of your Wi-Fi connection will increase.

If the distance is very long and there’s some thick wall, maybe connection stops. For detailed steps to troubleshoot Wi-Fi connection, google about tips and tricks of speed up networks.

Use better DNS

If the problem of slow internet is related to DNS, you must change it. Use a fast and reliable DNS server to speed up your internet. A better download speed and especially better ping time can be achieved by using a fast DNS server. You should also consider using a secure DNS server for increased security. For example Cloudflare DNS has lower ping time and security. The stats clearly show this.

What is a DNS server? A DNS server is a computer that converts the name of a domain into the IP address of the server of the website. So, a faster DNS is always the best choice.

Before setting new DNS, search for best DNS address.

Android has DNS settings but you can use free apps for this job. if you don't know which DNS address to use, DNS Changer is a good choice.

If you do it manually, follow these steps:

  • Go to Settings > Network & Internet > Advanced > Private DNS.
  • Select Private DNS provider hostname.
  • Enter dns.google as the hostname of the DNS provider.
  • Click Save.

Steps for changing DNS in Windows:

  • Go to the Control Panel.
  • Click Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings.
  • Select the connection for which you want to configure Google Public DNS. ...
  • Select the Networking tab. ...
  • Click Advanced and select the DNS tab. ...
  • Click OK.


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