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How to Flush DNS in Windows 10

You can flush DNS Resolver Cache in Windows 10 when you face issue with connecting to a website which you have previously connected without issue.

Without any delay, let's see how to flush DNS in Windows 10 (the steps are same for all other versions of Windows too).

Flush DNS in Windows 10


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    Open Run Command (Keyboard shortcut: Windows key + R). Type "cmd" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter." It will open Command Prompt.
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    Now, type the following command:

ipconfig /flushdns

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    Press "Enter" key.
The command is executed successfully

That is all. The DNS cache is successfully flushed.

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