Like it or not, certain regions may have a different rule on what websites you can access while in there.
Some are reasonable, others are debatable. Luckily we can take advantage of private DNS that now available on Google Chrome PC natively for free (without VPN too).
In the following guide, you will learn how to enable private DNS on Chrome and have access to visit blocked websites. Make sure your Chrome version is updated.
- Go to Chrome Settings.
- Click on Security.
- On the secure DNS, select Cloudflare (18.104.22.168).Advertisement
- Check the selection.
- Now you can access blocked websites.
(In case you wondering why I put Reddit there, Reddit is blocked in my country, Indonesia.)
Up until now, there are four different DNS options in Chrome. I personally choose Cloudflare since it’s considered to be the fastest and safest service. But feel free to choose other DNS as you wish.