namebench is a free program that allows you to increase the speed of "surfing" in the network by selecting the fastest DNS-servers. The Internet's IP address is a unique number assigned to every web resource. URL inputs can be viewed by IP addresses determined by DNS servers that correspond to that URL; before a browser requests it, the server will verify those addresses and send it to the requested destination. If the user requests it, a page may be sent to them as soon as possible. A DNS response's impact on the speed of traffic to a website and other web resources is primarily determined by its effect on the response time.
A large number of ISPs use DNS servers from Google and Yandex, with high response rates due to their security and performance. There are other DNS servers that are generally as reliable as these ones, but can respond faster. That's exactly what namebench is looking for. The program is very simple to use. If you press the "Start Benchmark" button after launching the downloaded file, it starts up the startup. For stronger computers, the process of testing access speeds to DNS servers may last up to an hour. The HTM file with your final report at the end of the benchmark will summarize all of the test results and describe which servers should be used for optimal performance. DNS will display the current usage of the DNS, and it will calculate what percentage increase in response rate can be observed when switches are made.
There is no way you can access the received addresses yourself using the network adapter settings in the window. To do this, open the Windows Control Panel, go to "Network & Internet" - "Network & Sharing Center", select "Change adapter settings" from the list on the left, and then open the context menu of the adapter used (right-To access the properties, click "Properties". This element, "IP version 4 (TCP/ IPv4)", must be registered at one of the property lines of the component.
- Using the best DNS servers for your location and provider will save you a lot of money.
- A benchmark is normally lasts about 20 minutes to an hour (depending on how fast the PC is).
- HTM report of the benchmark produced; ;
- An interface that consists only oes consisting of one window;
- By accounting for all DNS services available at their respective points of use o all available DNS services;
- All versions of Windows are supported with this software.