There are many ways of improving your browsing speed — from switching to a higher-speed connection to disabling the display of «hefty» and often unnecessary elements (such as Flash movies) in your browser. These are some of the most obvious and common approaches to browsing speed improvement. However, there are other methods that can help you cut server response times and get websites to load faster to your browser. If you are seeking a new way to boost your browsing and have exhausted all other options, give DnsSpeeder a try!
DnsSpeeder is a free networking tool capable of operating as a DNS proxy, intercepting DNS calls and sending back IP addresses stored in the local cache, which significantly reduces the time necessary for the browser to establish a connection with the requested server. If the requested server is not found in the cache, the software forwards the request to remote DNS servers. DnsSpeeder stores its DNS cache locally and you can always add, modify, delete or import DNS entries. The program automatically updates the local DNS list on a regular basis to ensure the validity of all entries. DnsSpeeder has a simple interface and takes minutes to deploy and configure.
This great software will minimize server response times and will add a great deal of comfort to your daily web browsing activities!
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