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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Feb 10, 2020

Whole Home Content Filtering Tip

The mysterious workings on the Internet starts with your computer and whichever DNS server it uses to find things online.

Domain Name System Servers make it possible for you to be guided to websites you type in, which are actually a bunch of numbers in reality.

By default, the company that you pay to gain access to the Internet also provides this valuable service, but there’s a very good reason to consider using an alternative.

Switching to another company’s DNS server can make things more reliable and provides hard to defeat parental and content control tools for anything that connects through it.

My favorite free service is located at, because it’s easy to use, effective and efficient.

The best way to use this type of service is to change the DNS settings in your home or business router, which forces your rules on everything that connects to it.

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