In this post, we’ll see how to flush DNS in Windows 10.
You can flush DNS resolver cache in Windows 10 when you face any issue with connecting to a website that you’ve previously connected without a problem.
Let’s see the steps to do this task.
- Open Run Command (Keyboard shortcut: Windows key + R). Type “cmd” (without double quotes) and then press the “Enter” key. It’ll open the Command Prompt.
- Now, type the following command: ipconfig /flushdns
- Press the “Enter” key.
That’s all. The DNS cache is successfully flushed.
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