DNS servers are always provided to the user by his Internet provider. However, they may be unstable. If you often see DNS errors on your computer or cannot open websites, you need to switch to third-party services.
Using third-party services allows users to:
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We will consider in detail how to change the DNS server for MAC OS X. There is nothing complicated about this. To change the OSX DNS server, click on the Apple logo. When a menu appears on the screen, select "System Preferences" from it.
A window will open in which you need to find "Network".
The ”Network” window will appear. Select "DNS", it is necessary to click on "+". This will highlight the DNS server for Mac.
If you want to replace it or add an alternative IP address, use the “+” sign again.
As soon as you click “OK”, the new Mac DNS configurations should take effect. If you see that nothing happened, reboot the device.
It all depends on the chosen DNS server for Mac:
Now you know how to change the DNS server on MacBook Pro. If you slow down your connection to the global network or have problems opening any sites, try applying these settings.