Display and Flush DNS Cache in Windows


  1. thanks for valuable suggestion but how can i flush the DNS as a permanent basis.

  2. Hi Vikas

    “flush the DNS as a permanent basis” – this doesn’t make much sense. The cache is a record of recently-looked-up addresses. Emptying a cup isn’t the best way to keep it empty. Rather stop filling it! If you don’t want it to keep records at all then you can just disable the service entirely.

    To do that, follow the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/919746 except that, instead of a “Startup Type” of Automatic, set it to Disabled or Manual.

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