How to Clear DNS Cache for Windows 10 and 11

You can find flushing the DNS cache of your Windows 10 or Windows 11 computer useful to keep it healthy and running smoothly.

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This is because some cache can be poisonous, which can be harmful to your computer. This guide shows you how to flush your DNS cache from the command line.

First, type in “cmd” into the start menu search bar. This shows the command prompt, which you can open by clicking on.

Next, type in ipconfig/flushdns and press the Enter key. Your DNS cache will be cleared, and you should receive a success message as shown below.

To exit the command prompt, type exit and hit Enter.

I hope you find this guide helpful, kindly leave a comment if you have any questions.

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