Windows 10

Flushing the DNS cache on Windows 10 is a very easy process. Due to system security permissions, you must ensure that you run the command prompt as an administrator user.

  1. Ensure that you're on the Windows 10 desktop.

Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 1 - Begin on the Windows 10 desktop


    2. Right click on the start menu and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.


Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 2 - Right click on the start menu and choose 'Command Prompt (Admin)'


Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 3 - Command Prompt will open


    3. Type in the command ipconfig /flushdns


Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 4 - Type 'ipconfig /flushdns'


Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 5 - The DNS is now flushed


Windows 10 Flush DNS - Step 6 - Type 'exit' to close the Command Prompt

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