How to Clear Local DNS Cache
Have there been a particular website that you want to access and that has never been opened to your PC? Your web connection is working properly and you can open Google, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, but some websites are not load for unknown reasons or you may be on the white screen of death.
As I said before, there may be various reasons for the problem you are facing right now, but most likely the problem is more on your side than your ISP. This troubleshooting guide will help you to repair sites that don’t open or load problems in a few easy steps.
This guide describes how to clear local DNS cache on Windows 8/10 operating systems:
The Flush DNS command on Windows 8/10 is the same as on Windows 7 and Vista, the difference is only in how to open the command prompt.
- Press the Start button > Applications > type Command prompt in the search bar:
- In the Command Prompt window type in ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter:
- After the cache is cleared, you will get the following message: Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
- Then Restart your computer .