Ah. Strange.No, I click on the link and the imaginary countdown starts 5-4-3-2-1 and then the webpage actually starts loading. Edge 87 loaded them instantly, just like any other browser.
Cleanbrowsing is not very good in blocking malware lately. I use mostly for content filtering. Still, it is pretty restrictive, so it could block downloads from gaming servers and etc. Forticlient actually blocked youtube in steam browser, strangely not within Windows, so I could not watch gaming guides while playing. Quad9 has a great malware filter, so it fits perfectly for Windows and apps. It can even block known C&C botnets and malware, that relies on DNS. Known IPs gets blocked fast, so some ransomware relies on DNS as well.what is the advantage of having some dns in the router and others in the system.
Changing your router's DNS forces all devices not using a third-party DNS to use the one specified by the router.what is the advantage of having some dns in the router and others in the system.
That's not completely true. Devices/ Apps on devices can still use own DNS service if not blocked.Changing your router's DNS forces all devices not using a third-party DNS to use the one specified by the router.