How to Set Google DNS on Your Mac OS X Computer

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Step 1


Click on the Apple icon on the top-left side of your desktop and select System Preferences.



Step 2


Select Network.



Step 3


In the following screen, please ensure your current Internet connection is selected. In this example, we’re connecting via Wi-Fi.


Once you’ve selected your current Internet connection, please click on Advanced.



Step 4


In the Advanced menu, please select DNS.



Step 5


Under DNS, you will see your default DNS server address, which will usually be your router IP address. 



Step 6


Click on the + sign at the bottom of the DNS Servers box and enter the following DNS addresses:



Once the DNS addresses have been added, click on OK.


Step 7 


Click on Apply to apply the saved settings.



Google DNS is now set on your Network settings in OS X.

If you wish to set a custom DNS on a different device or system, please refer to our article here:

How to Set Google DNS on your device / system

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