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Is there any program that will allow me to switch my DNS providers with out having to go through the network adapter settings in Windows 7?

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This will not change your DNS, but is a handy DNS – Moab Apr 28 '11 at 23:45
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You would not go through your adapter settings. It's the TCP/IP settings that contain DNS in my experience.

You can set DNS for a connection using the Windows netsh tool:

netsh interface ip set dns "Local Area Connection" static

Sample taken from

If you need to, you can very easily make this into a batch file you can run using the GUI.

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Use DNS Changer.

Sometimes, you need to change DNS Server and you make some step to finish it. With DNS Changer, you can change DNS easy and faster.

This program require dot.NET Framework 3.5 to run.

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