For PC users, click the second download link with the ending "Windows.exe".
Mac users should select the download link ending in "Mac_OS_X.dmg".
Browsing the Web is as easy as opening your browser and typing in a Web address, like our site at
In seconds, you're learning all sorts of great information or watching fun videos. Of course, sometimes it takes longer than we'd like to pull up a website. It could just be you aren't getting the Internet speed your provider promised. If that's not it, there's other technical wizardry going on behind the browsing scenes that could be the culprit.
You will be redirected to another page that has another download link.
This link should be highlighted in green and have the same name as the previous download link you clicked.
Open DNS is one of our regular recommendations for filtering.There's one thing in particular that can give your Internet a real speed boost with little effort.We're talking about your DNS, or Domain Name System.It will tell you how effective a DNS is at blocking unwanted content. In the Query Data Source dropdown menu, select your default browser.The second checkbox will publish your results anonymously. If you aren't sure what browser you use, visit this site.[In the Health Check Performance section, you normally want this set to Fast. But if your Internet connection is slow or unreliable, change Fast to "Slow (unstable network)."For the number of queries, the standard 250 should be sufficient.When you sign up for Internet, your provider assigns you to its DNS server. It could be bogged down with traffic, running inefficient software or any number of other problems.