Updated fine here and nothing suspicious to me so far.
This feature has been long present in other AdGuard products. Not only will the DNS module protect your DNS traffic from the ISP’s and fraudsters’ interception, it will also block ads. However, it’s important to stress that the DNS doesn’t replace normal protection, rather it works best when coupled with it.
We have a wide and regularly updated database of domain names, and now you can set it up on AdGuard for Windows.
You can choose the server type (DNS-over-HTTPS/DNS-over-TLS, etc.) that suits your needs best or add your own custom DNS server. Also, here is a link to our knowledge base, where we have collected the most popular DNS providers and added a quick setup option. One click, and your DNS is ready for use.
AdGuard for Windows 7.5 beta 2 features important UI-related tasks. We also fixed the localization error that occurred when using Simplified Chinese in the app and improved the efficiency of CoreLibs filtering engine.
- [Enhancement] Upgrade CoreLibs to 1.7.12 #3458
- [Fixed] Recently added filter won't show up in the filter editor #3340
- [Fixed] List of built-in DNS servers is doubled on UI #3456
- [Fixed] Selecting Simplified Chinese leads to problems with subscriptions #3457
- [Other] "Not Found" icon carries over to other Settings sections #3413
- [Fixed] Connecting to a DNSCrypt-protected DNS causes AdGuard to throw a connection error #3455
- [Fixed] Assistant issue: AdGuard not installed or installed incorrectly #3469
- [Other] Change the priority of languages for the situation without zh-TW translations. #3442
- [Other] UI crashes during localization process for ZH-cn locale #3470
- [Other] Wrongly use zh-CN encoding in zh-TW interface everywhere. (v7.5 beta 1) #3443