Google’s Chrome browser is an absolute nightmare for people using mobile devices.
The company has been forced to address this problem through the Chrome Dev Tools, which now allow developers to easily add and remove the default DNS settings for a website.
While the feature isn’t currently enabled for Chrome users, the feature was available on the Chrome Web Store earlier this month.
Here’s how it works.
In the Chrome Developer Tools, select the Network tab.
Then, select “Add a new network.”
Select the Default DNS settings.
In “Domain Name” section, select a new domain and click “Add.”
The new DNS settings will be automatically added to the network.
If you want to disable the DNS settings, select one of the following options: Delete DNS from DNS Cache: Select the Delete DNS option, then click “OK.”
Remove DNS from Domain Name: Select one of these options, then press “OK,” then click OK.
Now that the new DNS is added to your network, Chrome will stop requesting it.
You can continue using your web browsing in the new location, and you can disable the feature with the Chrome browser settings.
The DNS settings are not required for any web browsing activity on mobile devices, but Chrome has made them optional for apps that use them.