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Find out what is the fastest DNS service for you. You may not know it, but you can choose which service will turn your browser address into IP numbers. True coordinates aren’t in the mind of most users, but it’s surprising how much difference a DNS server change can make. The powerful Google recently launched the service, so how do you know if it’s better? Namebench can say (function () {(‘overview-app-page-desktop’);}); Download the file and run it. Namebench will open without installation. Choose whether you want to include global (such as Google DNS) and regional DNS services, your data source (probably Firefox), and pointers that mean nothing to you, don’t worry! All you have to do is press the ‘Start Benchmark’ button and Namebench will launch. The tests may take some time, but it is better to leave it running for a while. The results are displayed in the default browser as a graph and spreadsheet. They are great if you are interested in details, but they may be incomprehensible to a newcomer. Fortunately, it simply announces at the top of the page when you use the fastest possible service for a small, beautiful application that solves a problem that people may not know. However, it doesn’t help if you want to change the DNS server after the test. Therefore, it stays in your Namebench to see if you are providing the fastest service possible: it can greatly speed up your Internet experience! Ability to download and share results online

Show DNS server versions and names in HTML output (mouse cursor)

Updated graphical user interface

Change status quickly / slowly

New datasets available (updated Alexa, cache error, cache hit, cache mix)

Direct import of pcc files created by tcpdump and wirehark.

Includes OARC port diversity controls

Updated server list

Updated Libraries (dnspython, jinja2) Changes Download and share results online

Show DNS server versions and names in HTML output (mouse cursor)

Updated graphical user interface

Change status quickly / slowly

New datasets available (updated Alexa, cache error, cache hit, cache mix)

Direct import of pcc files created by tcpdump and wirehark.

Includes OARC port diversity controls

Updated server list

Updated Libraries (dnspython, jinja2)