DNS Cache – How To Clear/Flush Your DNS Cache.

About DNS Cache-

DNS clients and servers create cache of IP addresses of Web servers. Sometimes, the cache may contain bad results due to changed location in web servers. Due to this a user may encounter a large number of error codes (e.g. html 404 error, problem loading page etc). To solve these problems, you may need to Clear/flush your DNS cache.

Clearing DNS Cache-

For Windows 7/Vista Users-
1.Click on the Start button. Type cmd in search field. Right Click on cmd & then Run as Administrator.’
2. Type the given command and hit Enter.
ipconfig /flushdns
3. Done! You’ve cleared the DNS cache successfully.
For Windows XP Users-
1. Press Windows Key + r.
2. Type cmd & hit Enter.
3. Type the given command and then hit enter.
      ipconfig /flushdns
4. Done!
For Windows 8/8.1 Users-
1. Go to Start Screen. Type cmd in the Search field.
2. Right click on Command Prompt and Run as Administrator.
3. Type the given command and then hit enter.
      ipconfig /flushdns
4. Done!
 
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