Thanks for your answer @matteo.
I already uninstalled DNSCrypt in order to test CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS.
And I already used 127.0.0.1 (without DNSCrypt installed) in order to test CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS… sadly nothing changed, it didn’t worked.
The language may not be difficult for you. But it is for average users like me. But is not just the tech language. The logic of the tutorials is terrible. As I said, most of the explanations prioritize Linux/MacOs, without explaining how to do the same at Windows. Not to mention that I have no interest in reading tons of explanations about Linux/MacOs. The tutorials are not segmented by OS! A nightmare!
The link you sent me (thank you) was just a small chapter of the procedure. It is a lot of stuff to read and steps to follow in order to test CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS. Very annoying.
The reason I want to test CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS is:
First, because you introduced me the option, I did my homework, read a little, an it seems promising.
Second, I use Firefox, and Firefox use DNS-over-HTTPS. I want to test performance effects etc.
Third, DNSCrypt is excellent. But if by using CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS I can avoid processes or executables, then I prefer that… the less executables, the better.
I confess you that I want to quit on CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS… a nightmare to test.
And I will stay with DNSCrypt.
I will just wait for help here at the forum. If I don’t find an easy way to test CloudFlare DNS-over-HTTPS… I will quit on it.