You may have already tried to change some DNS settings on your browser.
But you may not have realized how much of a mess it can get.
With a DNS configuration tweak, you can turn off some of Google DNS’s most annoying features.
For example, if you want to hide the word “google” from your browser, you may need to disable the “dns_hidden” option in Google’s Settings.
With Google’s settings, the option allows you to change the DNS settings for a site that’s not connected to the Internet.
If you disable this option, Google won’t display a warning on the page that requests your domain name.
So, for example, you’ll see a warning that says “dynamic DNS server not configured.”
To get around this, you need to use a third-party tool.
The tool you need is called dns_dns.
You can find a list of free and paid tools on the Google Developers website.
Open up the “About” page of dnsd.org and look for the “Tools” section.
Under “Settings” you’ll find the “DNS Settings” option.
Under the “Options” section, check the box next to “Dns Settings” and select “Enable DNS DNS hiding.”
Click the “Save” button and you’re done.
To change the settings for the site you’re visiting, click the “Settings & Privacy” button.
In the “Privacy” section of the “Help” section click “Configure DNS settings.”
This will allow you to configure the DNS servers that your website uses.
You’ll need to configure each of these servers in turn.
You might have to tweak each DNS server manually to see what works best for you.
If your DNS servers aren’t configured correctly, you might not see the DNS warning.
So do keep in mind that the “Disable DNS hiding” option is just one of several options available to you to modify DNS settings.
For more detailed information on DNS settings, see the Google Developer website.