If you don’t know what a DNS is, or how to access your DNS settings, I recommend that you read an article I posted nearly two weeks ago: How to use Google Public DNS on Windows 7 and Windows XP
If you already know what DNS is, then you might get a real kick out of Dns Jumper.
Here’s what it looks like:
You’ll need to download and unpack a ZIP file in order to gain access to the Dns_Jumper.exefile. There is no installation. Just move the EXE file to a safe folder and double click it to run Dns Jumper.
The home site for this little utility is fairly new, so it’s not rated by anyone yet, but this particular app seems to be quite safe to use.
Download Dns Jumper
Using this free little app sure beats having to dig into the Control Panel settings. The fact that it’s portable freeware is just icing on the cake. However, since I’m not familiar with the site and it’s author, I’ll reserve giving Jumper a higher rating. Oh, one thing I’d suggest to the author is … get rid of the music.
Techie-Buzz Rating: 3/5 (Good)