How to Change to Google DNS for Fast Internet

Just now, I posted about Google Public DNS which is way faster than my default Airtel broadband DNS. Though, unlike Airtel DNS which is usually added dynamically, we need to Change to Google DNS manually to enjoy the new public DNS offered by Google. In this guide, we will learn how we can do it with windows OS. Though, this tutorial is created for Windows XP, but more or less it will work the same for Windows 7, Windows vista and Windows 8. All, you need to do is find the network settings. Guide to Change DNS to Google DNS: To change your DNS to (7 comments)

An Easy Guide To Make URL Shortener Under Your Domain Name

Being online is all about branding, and it doesn't matter how you do it, but more people see your brand name, more they are likely to remember it.Using a good URL shortening script you can also configure it to see stats and other details. More over, with growing need of  short URL's (As short URL's are easy to share on sites like Twitter), it's a good idea to use your own brand name. There are many online resources which let you shorten your long URL links to a compact and much shorter in letters, which are quite easier to share on social (19 comments)

Best Online Sites to Compress your URL

Best Online Sites to Compress your URL

URL's are getting short day by day, people like to say things within 140 character on Twitter and that's where these URL compressor sites come into the picture. There are many online Web services, which let you compress your URL. You can use any of them, and here I'm creating a list of all such websites which you can use to shorten your URL. It's not an extensive list, but I'm using some of the best on the web, that you can use. Update: Twitter now offers their own URL shortening service which is not open for public. When ever you tweet any (0 comments)