Not so hard...
If there is one thing Steve Gibson is good for it is documentation!! All those words just seem to get in the way of easy sometime. Just download and run the DNSbench.exe file from this site: https://www.grc.com/files/DNSBench.exe Then click the Nameservers tab at the top and click Run Benchmark on the top right. After it finishes and locates the best DNS servers for you they will be listed at the top. I have Comcast as my ISP, but COX DNS servers are faster. You can stop here if you like and take the top two DNS addresses (listed in the left column) and enter them in your DNS settings on your computer (http://www.mediacollege.com/computer/network/dns.html, just focus on DNS addresses and not IP address). You can also change them in your router as well, but it is not necessary. You can also go a step further and run the longer DNS Benchmark (by choosing the "build custom list option" after the initial scan is finished) to find what servers out of 50 are the fastest for you.
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