How to Flush DNS to clear DNS Cache in Windows 11

5 March 2022

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By default, will store the IP address of the sites you visit on the local computer by creating a DNS cache. With this , will load it faster for subsequent access because there is no need to make requests to the Server.

Invalid DNS cache because of corruption or obsolescence can also cause you to cannot connect to the internet. Like when you get a 404 error in the continuously. It could be something like this because the domain has changed IP and the on your computer failed to update.

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For you to reconnect to the internet, you must clear all DNS caches on your computer. After you clear it, a new DNS cache will be created by .

To clear the DNS on Windows, you can do it via () or Power Shell.

Clear DNS Cache with Flush DNS

  1. Open and run as .
  2. In the window, type the command
ipconfig /flushdns
cmd-flushdns

Close all open browsers to clear DNS Cache

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Checking DNS Cache

  1. Open CMD and run as .
  2. In the CMD window type the command
ipconfig /displaydns
cmd-displaydns

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