How to Clear DNS Cache on Windows 10? – If you try to access a website and you can not access the site because of DNS server IP address changes, you need to clear the DNS cache.
How to Clear DNS Cache on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, and Windows XP?
When you visit a website for the first time, the domain name of your website is automatically converted to an IP address by DNS servers. If you try to regain access to certain websites that you have previously visited, the information stored in the cache will be looked at, since the IP address of your website is stored on the Local Cache.
For example, if a website you are trying to connect to is giving you a DNS server not responding error, the old DNS IP address of the website you are trying to access may be stored in your cache. For this reason, you need to perform DNS cache cleanup on the operating system.
Once you have done the DNS cache cleanup, you can open the CMD command prompt on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 and test the connection by pinging to the website.
The steps to clear DNS cache on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows XP are the same. After clearing your computer’s DNS cache, DNS information will be renewed if you try to reconnect to the website.
How to Clear DNS Cache on Windows 10 Operating System?
Clearing DNS cache on Windows 10 is an easy process. To clear your computer’s DNS cache, follow the steps below in order.
To clear the DNS cache, first press Windows Key + R and open Run.
In the Run window, type CMD and click OK.
After you open the CMD command prompt, execute the ipconfig /flushdns command to clear DNS cache.
Before clearing the DNS cache, type [ipconfig / displaydns] at the CMD prompt and press the Enter key. DNS records that you will see are records that are backed up in the DNS cache. You can clear the entries here with the ipconfig /flushdns command.
After clearing DNS cache on Windows 10, you will see the Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache message in the following window.
Download Bat File for DNS Cache Clean in Windows 10
Another easy way to clear the DNS cache is a prepared bat file. You can download this file by clicking the button below.
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