The integration of DNS over HTTPS can be done with the help of testable edition into the Dev channel for Windows Insider.
You may easily enable the DNS server over HTTPS, then check and test it by tweaking the registry section with “EnableAutoDoh DWORD.” It is a compatible part of Windows Insider software and if you are a consumer of a reliable and stable edition, then you should wait for some time.
DoH is the primary thing that restricts the ISP from following users activities by restricting various things such as default DNS Service.DNS over HTTPSIt already works with the integration of various browsers such as Google Chrome, MS Edge, Mozilla Firefox, but you can easily implement it as system settings directly on your Windows 10 OS.
You have to follow the complete guidelines carefully.Modifying Registry EditorFirst and foremost, enter “regedit” into the search section of the taskbar followed by the Enter key to proceed.Then, get access to the Registry editor page on your device and locate the under-mentioned path there:“HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE/SYSTEM/Current_ControlSet/Services/Dns_cache/Parameters.”Now, move to the right-hand side section of the screen related to Parameters and then generate a fresh DWORD there.
To do so, perform a right-click on any of the empty locations and move your pointer over to the “New” option.Then, hit the option “DWORD (32 Bit) Value.After that, you have to provide a particular to the DWORD as “EnableAutoDoh.”Now, double-tap on the DWORD option “EnableAutoDoh” and move to the edit window.Then, set the value as “2” followed by the OK tab.After that, the DNS over HTTPS will be enabled through EnableAutoDoh registry editor DWORD.Modifying Default DNS Settings on PCIn the beginning, tap the Window logo and R keys simultaneously to launch the Run dialogue box.Then, type the command “ncpa.cpl” followed by tapping the Enter key.Apply right-click on the synced network and then select the option “Properties.”Now, go to the option “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Edition 6 (TCP/IPv6) and then apply double-click on the same.
It is entirely based on the edition of the IP that the particular ISP is using.Now, choose the radio tab for the option to use the DNS server addresses.