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How to Flush the DNS Cache


How to Flush the DNS Cache

To remove the DNS cache, use your PC’s Windows Terminal app.

Start by opening the “Start” menu, searching for “Windows Terminal”, and clicking the app in the search results.

Select "Windows Terminal" in the "Start" menu.

In Windows Terminal, type the following command and press Enter. You can use this command in both PowerShell and Command Prompt shells.

ipconfig /flushdns

Flush the DNS cache with Windows Terminal.

You will see a success message when the DNS cache is deleted.

DNS cache cleared with Windows Terminal.

You’re all set.

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