Tutorial : How to Clean DNS Cache

ipconfig/flushdns can help us to clean up the DNS cache. When we modify dns or modify the hosts, we can manually clean up the dns cache by using this command, so that these changes take effect immediately, but many people do not know how to use this command, today I will bring you how to use the ipconfig/flushdns command, hoping to help you.

Use the ipconfig/flushdns command to clear the DNS cache

1. Press the shortcut key combination WIN+R, enter cmd in the run window, and then click OK;

2. Then you will enter the command line window, as shown in the figure above, we enter the following command in the command line window:

ipconfig /flushdns 

After the input is completed, press Enter, and we can see the prompt "The DNS resolution cache has been successfully refreshed", so that our dns cache has been refreshed.

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