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The DNS (Domain Name System) server settings on your laptop, phone, or router are your gateway to the web—converting easy-to-remember domain names into actual internet IP addresses, just like your contacts app converts names into actual phone numbers. You can change which DNS server your devices use though, and perhaps get yourself a faster, more secure internet connection along the way.

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If you're anything like the average web user, you probably have a staggering number of online logins, each with their own unique passwords to boot. And, while it's beneficial to change up your credentials, keeping track of your passwords from site to site can get hairy when there are dozens to remember.