How to reset cache in Google Chrome, DNS cache Windows, Linux, macOS
How to reset cache in Google Chrome browser
- Launch Chrome on your computer.
- Click on the icon with three dots in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Select More Tools Delete Browsing Data .
- Select a time range at the top of the page. To delete all data, select All the time .
- Select "Cookies and other site data" and "Images and other cached files".
- Click Delete Data .
How to reset DNS cache in Google Chrome browser
Enter chrome://net-internals/#dns in the address bar of your browser and click the Clear host cache button.
Then, also in the address bar of the browser, enter chrome://net-internals/#sockets and click the Flush socket pools button.
How to reset DNS cache in Windows operating system.
Open a command prompt (press Win + R, write cmd), enter the command:
How to reset the DNS cache in the Linux operating system (using Ubuntu as an example).
1. Find the keyboard shortcut ctrl+alt+T. The Terminal will open. It can also be found in the application list.
2. Enter the command sudo systemd-resolve --flush-caches and then provide the administrator password.
How to reset the DNS cache on macOS.
1. Click on the search icon in the upper right corner and find Terminal in the search.
2. In the Terminal, enter the command sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder; sleep2; and then provide an administrator password.