How to clear cookies/cache and DNS entries?

As most of customer having issues of cookies/caches or outdated DNS record issue.
In this article we will teach you how to remove caches/cookies of a web browser also remove outdated DNS entries of a web server from your computer/browser.

1. Flush Chrome Browser DNS Records: 

If you are using chrome web browser you need to type this address on address bar at top of the chrome page.
chrome://net-internals/#dns

You will see all DNS entries saved in your web browser.
On the top you will see caption: Host resolver cache, now click on button "clear host cache" to remove all dns entries.
And just close your web browser.

2.
 Flush Windows DNS Records:

After that you have to open command prompt by just pressing "Windows + R" button and in run tab you have to enter "cmd" and press enter. It will prompt a black screen window.

# Now Just type in command prompt "ipconfig /flushdns"
After click Enter you will get message "Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache."
That means now all DNS entries from your windows cache is removed.

3.  Clear Temporary Cookies Files:

To clear temporary cookies files you have to again just press "Windows + R" button and in run tab you have to enter "%temp%" and click enter. You will see all cookies files of application that using cookies in your system. Now just select all by pressing "CTRL+A" and delete all files and folders.

Note: All browsers/application must be closed before doing step 3 process.

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