Tech request again:
I'm having trouble accessing only one particular website. I know it's not down because other people can access it. I haven't been able to access it since last night. I get a Timeout error every time I try to load it. The problem occurs across different browsers and also on all computers in this house. I don't really now where to look for the problem. Could it be something to do with my DNS? I'll change to a different DNS if I have to, but I'm a bit reluctant because that means I'll be making changes for all people in this household. (Or is it possible to change DNSes on a computer-individual basis? I haven't actually looked into this yet so I know nothing about changing DNSes.)
I'm not sure, Thepiratebay could be accessed by changing DNSs back in the days so I suppose some of them may restrict access to some sites.
Yes, DNSs can be changed on a single computer (actually I don't know if you can set the router to use a particular one, my ISP won't allow me to access my router's configuration).
Go to this pane from the control panel, click on LAN,
then "Properties", select "Internet Protocol version 4" from the list and click properties again, there you can set the IP of the DNS you want
Mind you, I don't know if this will fix anything