Why Should I Use A Third Party DNS Provider For My Local Computer?

The majority of people with highspeed DSL or cable internet connection for home or office already have their dns resolvers configured to use their ISP providers' DNS servers. DNS servers basically translate something like www.yahoo.com into an ip address 209.131.36.158.  Once translated, your browser can show the site. But there are times when your ISP provider's DNS servers get bogged down and takes a little longer to resolve or not at all during periods of high usage.  The end result is the website you're trying to access either is slow to resolve or does not show in the browser.  For...
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