This is an interesting topic. As the filesystem is totally different between linux and windows, so there’s no /etc/resolve.conf in windows. But there’s a way to meet your requirement(no software required). Follow the steps below to resolve resolve.conf in windows issue:
1.Go to “Network Connections”:
2.Double click the connection you want to set DNS resolution against(usually Local Area Connections if you’re using the wire to get online):
3.Click “Properties”, later double click “Internet Protocal Version 4(TCP/IPv4)”:
4.Then in the prompted window, click “Advanced”, later switch to “DNS” tab of that window:
5.Check box “Append these DNS suffixes(in order)”, and click “Add”. And then enter the suffix in want to add, for example, “us.doxer.org”:
After this, click Add, then “OK” and close all other opened ones.
Now you can test again using ping/browser etc, you’ll find it’s just playing the same as /etc/resolve.conf in linux.