What is DNS?


We offer a guide titled 'What is DNS, What Does it Do, and How to Change it?' as Hiosis. DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that translates domain names into numerical IP addresses, facilitating communication between devices on the internet and speeding up access to websites.

DNS makes the internet experience more user-friendly. It allows people to access desired websites without having to remember complex IP addresses. Additionally, it is used in email communication, file sharing, and other network services, making communication and data transfer on the internet more efficient.

What is DNS? DNS (Domain Name System) is one of the fundamental building blocks of the internet, enabling computers on the internet to communicate with easily remembered domain names.

DNS has a hierarchical structure. At the top level, there are root servers, and other DNS servers are known by these servers. Root servers contain various records defining the relationship between domain names and IP addresses.

How to Change it? Changing DNS settings is quite simple. Here's how to do it step by step:

First, open the control panel where you can manage your computer's or device's network connections. Then, select the connection you want to use among your network connections, right-click on it, and select 'Properties.' In the window that opens, find 'Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)' or 'Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)' and double-click on it to select 'Properties.' Uncheck the 'Obtain DNS server addresses automatically' option and enter the DNS server addresses you want. Click 'OK' to save the changes. You can change DNS settings by following these steps.

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