How to change Google DNS on Windows 7, 8, 10 and XP is extremely simple

    Changing DNS google helps you access websites that are blocked by networks such as facebook, blogspot or unable to post comments on blogtinhoc.vn. To change DNS you need to change the DNS IP to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 specifically as follows:

    Change google DNS on Windows 7, 8 and 10

    Step 1: Click right mouse click Click on the WiFi icon or select network icon Open Network and Sharing Center.

    When your computer is connected to Wifi

    When your computer is on wired or 3G network

    Step 2: Click Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi name) or Ethernet (when you're on a wired or 3G network)

    When your computer is connected to Wifi

    When your computer is on wired or 3G network

    Step 3: A window will appear, select Properties.

    Step 4: Click here Internet protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4) and then select Properties.

    Step 5: Here you are only interested in the red drilled area, apart from the red ring you remain the same. First, select Use the following DNS server address, then enter 2 lines 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 In the two boxes below as shown below, then select OK, got it to get things done change DNS google.

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    Change google DNS on Windows XP

    Step 1: You press Start lower left corner, then select Control Panel.

    Step 2 : In the window Control Panel, double click Network Connections.

    Step 3 : Click right mouse click on your current connection in the window Network Connections and then select Properties (In this window with some computers will have many connections, then you see if the connection has Connected on line 2, then right-click on it)

    Step 4 : Choose Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) and click the button Properties.

    Step 5 : here you are only interested in the red drilled area, apart from the red ring you remain the same. First, select Use the following DNS server address, then enter 2 lines 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 In the two boxes below as shown, then select OK, got it to complete the google DNS change.

    After performing the above steps, you have completed the DNS DNS settings.

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