Shift from local DNS to Google DNS

Likely to come in handy.

Open and Free Source!

Shifting to Google DNS than local ISP has become essential one of these days, and here we go:
DNS stands for Domain Name Resolution service and essentially converts our requests to web address to its raw IP form. Its like :
You request for : —->[ ISP DNS Server ]—–>( resolves to IP )—–> Your System connects to IP.
1 ) Using terminal:

and add the following to the end of the file

restart networking using :

2 ) Graphical Way:Selection_020
And restart the network.
Detect your current DNS
To test settings are correct – give this:

and check for the SERVER para matches

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