I am using Comodo Internet Security. I think it has ■■■■■■■ up the DNS on my computer, even though I was very careful not to select changing my DNS to Comodo's DNS servers when I installed the software. I been on Verizon as my ISP for over 10 years, and I am autistic and usually spend every waking minute on the internet. I noticed no internet outages for 10 years, then after installing Comodo Internet Security then suddenly I am noticing internet outages where the internet connection itself is still working but whatever DNS servers are connected to my machine have gone down. Usually within 15 to 20 minutes the DNS servers come back up again, but this is not acceptable. I do not want these interruptions in my internet usage due to the DNS servers going down, during maintenance or whatever else is going on. I never had any problem using Verizon DNS servers and there was NO downtime in 10 years, not even 15 minutes. Or if there was downtime, it was so rare, that I forgot about it. The downtime in the DNS servers that are currently connected to my computer is happening so often now that it is really frustrating me, so I want it fixed. Can someone explain to me, how to check my current DNS servers and then set them back to Verizon. I do NOT want to uninstall Comodo Internet Security, because I want to have a good security suite on my computer, but I want to fix this DNS server outages.
EDIT: I just wanted to provide an update. I was able to find on google how to check your DNS server configuration. It was set to get DNS servers automatically, so they were set to Verizon. I’m not sure if Comodo was re-routing every DNS command to the Comodo DNS servers, but it seems unlikely unless someone can confirm that is what it does, so it looks like Comodo is NOT at fault for the DNS outages. I will try to test some more to figure it out better, but right now I changed my DNS servers to some free but extremely reliable DNS servers that I found in a list on the internet. I will see if my internet connection (dns servers) keeps going down after this change.