What are domain name systems?
The moment you register a domain name, it gets tied to a specific IP address that’s like no other in the whole wide world. Magical, right?
So, to make it clear: when you type “google.com” into your browser, computers actually see the following string of numbers: 188.8.131.52, and they know exactly what website you are looking for.
This wouldn’t be possible without the domain name system (DNS). DNS is made of thousands of computers that are called servers; servers are responsible for hosting websites and they are to thank for the seamless communication between computers on the web.