Windows 10: DNS Flush

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Flushing the DNS is useful in the removal of bad caches since the flush completely removes all the information stored within the cache. 

To Flush the DNS Cache:

1.At the bottom left corner, type 'cmd' in the Start menu's search bar, and press Enter.

The result/view you should see after typing "cmd" into the search bar and pressing enter

2. Type 'ipconfig /flushdns' in the Command Prompt, and press Enter.

the command prompt window with IP config slash flush dns typed in.

3. The user has now flushed the DNS Cache and will receive a message that they have successfully done so.

4. Type 'exit' into Command Prompt or select the red X at the top right corner of the window to exit the Command Prompt.

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9/30/2021 11:47:09 AM