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Dec
2009



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google chromeGoogle Chrome is one of the fastest browser ever. It implements new technologies in order to serve you web pages in the quickest way possible. However, some of these technology may not work for everybody with the annoying result to have a slow, very slow surfing experience accompanied by some weird error messages. Let’s see how to solve this issue and make Google Chrome faster!

The DNS pre-fetching technology aims to improve the way web pages are loaded.  However, such a feature seems not to work properly for a lot of users with the result that your Google Chrome will hang while downloading a website, returning you with this message: “Resolving Host”. Other times instead you may get a error message like this:

“The webpage at http://www.xyxyxyx.com  might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.  Here are some suggestions: Reload this web page later.” Here is a simple Google Chrome trick to solve this issue and get an ever faster surfing experience!

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click the Spanner icon located on the right side of the browser.
  3. Click Options.
  4. Click the Under the Hood tab.
  5. In the Privacy section, untick Use DNS pre-fetching to improve page load performance.
  6. Click the Close Button.
  7. Restart Google Chrome



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6 Comments to “How to Make Google Chrome Browser Faster (DNS Issue)”

  1. kolynkwait Says:

    i dont have an options tab in my chrome Version 22.0.1229.79 m. sure would like to give it a try though

  2. Giz of Oz Says:

    Bit sceptical at first with this quick fix, but it sure has made a difference! Thanks. Keep up the goodwork.

  3. Anand Says:

    Thanks for this trick its works great in my system.

  4. greece Says:

    Thanks for your good work,but chrome crash so often im my computer.I will back to Avant…

  5. David Says:

    Thank you for this useful trick. It has helped increase our speed.

  6. Loong Says:

    I don’t get this problem in Chrome but I will keep this in mind.


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