How to Flush the DNS Cache on Your Mac

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Whenever an Internet connection issue occurs, the first thing that is going to be blamed is the internet browser, even though there are plenty of reasons that can cause issues in your connection. For instance, the DNS cache stored on your machine could be old and not able to retrieve the required websites for you. If that’s the case, you may need to flush it. Flushing the DNS cache on a Mac running macOS is as easy as running a command through the Terminal window. All you need to do is launch the Terminal app and enter a command, and

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