Navigate to chrome://net-internals/#dns and press the “Clear host cache” button.
“Go to tools -> options -> Under the hood -> Clear Browsing data and check ’empty the cache’ and click on clear browsing data.
How do I clear my DNS cache?
To clear the DNS cache on Microsoft Windows, follow these steps:
- Open a DOS command window. To do this, click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then press Enter.
- At the command prompt, type the following flush DNS command and then press Enter: ipconfig /flushdns.
- The DNS cache is now clear.
How do I fix my DNS on Google Chrome?
Launch Google Chrome, key in chrome://net-internals/#dns in the search box, and Enter.
- Click on an icon denoted by a drop down arrow to the upper-right.
- Click Clear Cache option from the drop-down list and click Flush Sockets.
- Restart Chrome after that to see if it resolves the host error on the browser.
Does Chrome cache DNS?
So yes, Google Chrome does have a built-in internal DNS caching system – a hidden feature that allows users to manually clear out the Chrome DNS host cache from within the browser itself. Flushing out the Chrome DNS cache can prove useful, especially when you have changed the DNS settings.