Google Chrome is a free, open-source web browser and one of the most popular available. The browser is simple, easy to use, secure and fast. It is available for Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android users. Google Chrome offers synchronization with other Google products and services, in-browser translation and spell check, tabbed browsing, etc. Chrome was developed to enable quick, easy, and safe Internet browsing.
Despite its advantages, Google Chrome users sometime encountered a problem while trying to access websites. An error message appears, stating that the “Server DNS address could not be found” . As the error states, there is a problem with the DNS (Domain Name System) address and it cannot be found by Chrome. A ‘domain name’ is a human readable address relating to a website. For example, “pcrisk.com” is an example of a domain name. The site also has an IP (Internet Protocol) address that consists of a series of numbers - if you enter the number rather than the domain name, you will arrive at the same web page. Remembering numbers for many websites is, of course, problematic, and so domain names are used.