If you experienced DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error on your Google chrome that means you won’t be able to connect to the internet, can’t visit your designated website, and also can’t connect until you get rid of this problem. This error is mostly caused by changing of DNS settings, your DNS setting is interrupted by some programs or someone. If you think the problem is caused by the server of your designated website, or the internet service provider server is currently down, then you are wrong. These problems mostly because of the DNS error on your Google Chrome settings, changelog of the settings of the browser, and also a false entry for the host file. Remember that there are several ways to fix your DNS error, and this is not the only way on how to fix it. This way can also fail to fix your problem, so it will be good to know more than one way to fix this error.
Step By Step on How to Fix On This DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Error
You can fix this problem, by changing your DNS server into Google DNS. To do this, firstly, click on your network connection button on the bottom right corner of your screen. The signal symbol, if you are using wireless connection, and LAN symbol if you are using internet LAN cable. Open the settings for network and sharing center. Click on the properties. In properties page, you might find several internet protocol service, continue to search until you find Internet Protocol Version 4, and (TCP/IPv4), and double-click on it. Check your used DNS server, and then change your DNS address section into Google DNS address. This should fix your DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error.
If the problem still exists when you are trying your browser, you need to restart your browser and try to reset your chrome settings into default. Reverting your chrome settings into default will alter every DNS change on your browser into correct, normal and factory default. It will revert your DNS change, and mostly it will fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN problem too.