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TL;DR: Yes, it (probably) will. This is not a function of the web browser, it is a function of the DNS system. When a computer connects to another computer, it first uses DNS (the domain name system) to look up the ip address. You can think of this as a phonebook. Look up superuser.com in the DNS "phonebook": C:\> nslookup superuser.com Server: ...


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To quickly switch DNS you should first identify the name of your network interface. Go to Control Panel and search for "View Network Connections" and then find the name of the one that you use to connect to the internet. It is often convenient to rename the connection from "Local Area Connection" to something easier to type. Then create two batch files ...


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local seem to be some kind of reserved keyword, at least on Ubuntu: address=/local/127.0.0.1 -- doesn't work. address=/loc/127.0.0.1 -- works.


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I haven't got Turbo turned on but I still had this problem. I found the following superuser post that solved my problem: Why is Chromium bypassing /etc/hosts and dnsmasq?. Adapting the answer from that post I did the following: 1) In a new tab in Opera I entered the following URL: opera://net-internals/#dns; 2) On the page I clicked the Clear host cache ...


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I found it was only the cert8.db file that required deleting from the profile folder to resolve the issue for me which is a lot less drastic than deleting your entire profile. I would notice that a specific site with a self signed certificate would take longer and longer to load over a period of days and weeks until eventually I'd get nothing except the ...


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It helps if you give exact configuration details, router config files, IP settings computers etc. (I can't comment so I had to put this in answer). Did you compare the settings of your computer/notebook's ethernet (lan) and wifi network adapter? For example look at Ip settings and check for 'client for microsoft network' Are these different If yes correct ...



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