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Flush DNS is a command that help clears outdated or corrupted DNS resolver cache. It typically help fix network connectivity related issues.

For example: If you are having trouble accessing a specific website even after clearing the browsers cookies/history/cache and other website are working fine. You may want to try clearing the DNS cache on your Chrome OS computer.

For Windows: Flush DNS Cache on Windows

For macOS: Flush DNS Cache on macOS

Flush DNS Cache:

1Launch Google Chrome browser

2In the address bar, type in chrome://net-internals/#dns and hit enter

3Click on "Clear host cache"


Clear the cookies/history/cache for Google Chrome:

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