The internet connects most of our PCs and laptops in this age. So when you visit a particular website, it saves some important data from your Windows 10 enabled PC so that when you next time visit that site it doesn’t take too long to load. This process is called DNS cache. But, sometimes what happens that before your DNS cache gets to update the IP address of website changes and thus you face some issue with your system.
The best and most helpful solution in such situation is to clear or flush the DNS cache so that your browser can save the new DNS data from that website and can load it again. Sometimes there can be a problem with Chrome as well, and you can even fix the DNS Lookup Failed Error shown in Chrome. But it is good to flush or clear the DNS cache on your Windows 10 system so that you get the problem solved from the base.
How to Clear DNS Cache in Windows 10
Step #1. Open and Run the Administrator Command Prompt on your Windows 10.
Step #2. Type ipconfig /flushdns in the window and hit ENTER.
Step #3. Now a command box will flash on the screen and then disappear. So now, your DNS cache on Windows 10 is clear.
Step #4. Just in case if you wish to confirm whether your DNS cache is clear or not, run ipconfig /displaydns in the command window and press ENTER.
The above step will display the cache entries. Hope you will now be able to upload those web pages which you could not because of the problem in DNS cache. Do let us know how this small tutorial helped you as your feedback here in the comments section or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.