How to Flush DNS Resolver Cache on Windows

System Administrator Windows
If you change your DNS server address. the change not effect immediately. Windows utilizes a cache that remembers DNS responses it’s received, Saving time time when you get to similar addresses again later on.
To ensure Windows is getting addresses from the new DNS servers instead of using old, cached entries, run the ipconfig /flushdns command after changing your DNS server.

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