PublicDNS DNS Server Tool is a small utility for switching DNS servers in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. You can use it to quickly switch to one of the known public DNS servers. You can also add your own DNS servers by editing the servers.ini file. To make backups, select Backup → Backup from Menubar.
It will ask you for a location where you want to save the backup file. The backup file is automatically named with the current date and time in DD-MM-YYYY HH-MM-TT format. The backup file is in Standard Script Registry (.reg) format, so you can double-click it to reset your DNS server settings.
However, it also allows you to reset the DNS setting from within the public DNS server tool. To restore, select Backup → Restore from Menubar. It will ask you to select a backup file. The entries in the REG file will be automatically imported into the Windows registry and the DNS servers will be updated.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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