1) Click on Start and in the second column click on Control Panel. If your Start Menu comes up with only one column, click on Settings and then Control Panel.
2) In the Control Panel, look for the icon named Network Connections and double-click to open it.
3) If you cannot find the Network Connections icon, look for an icon named Network and Internet Connections. Click on it once to open it, and then click on Network Connections once to open it.
4) In the Network Connections window, look for an icon named Local Area Connection. Right click on that icon, and left click on Properties.
5) Scroll to the bottom of the small window in the middle of the Local Area Connections Properties window. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) once to highlight it, and then click once on Properties.
6) Correct the settings on the lower half of the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window so it matches the screenshot below.
7) Click OK on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window. Then click Close on the bottom of the Local Area Connection Properties window. Close any remaining windows. Your DNS entries have been updated.