Reading blogs, watching videos, streaming online music, and connect with friends on social networks is fun. But what if you are not able to access such websites and every time web browser show DNS Error?

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If it happens to you and if you want to visit a website as a new user or in a situation when you see an error DNS LookUp Failed especially on Google Chome then deleting or clearing DNS cache can help you to do that.

On Windows 10 the process to clear or flush DNS cache is a little bit difficult. In this post let me guide you how to clear DNS cache in Windows 10 PC or Laptop.

How to Clear DNS Cache in Windows 10

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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.

This procedure helps you to clear DNS Cache memories on Windows 10 PC. Hope you resolved the issue and browsing websites just like as a new user. 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.