How do I flush my DNS cache?

To flush DNS cache on Windows:

Start -> Run -> Type 'cmd' - in command prompt - then type 'ipconfig /flushdns'. Once you run the command your DNS cache will flush.

To flush the DNS cache on Mac OS:

Go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal - then type 'dscacheutil -flushcache' in your terminal to flush the DNS resolver cache. Once you run the command your DNS cache will flush.

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