Clean DNS Cache to protect your privacy. (Clean, Enable, Disable DNS Cache - Windows XP, Vista & Windows 7)

DNS Cache (Caching Name Servers)It is a process that is stored query DNS of an application (, FTP client, Yahoo! Messenger, etc ...). Overall, this process helps keep domain name servers, store for a while (Determined by the server configuration) data query on the user's end. In this way, we obtain a higher response speed server or web server that holds data about an application and creates a communication bridge between the PC and server.
Several applications use DNS cache during runtime application to check updateAPIs, updates or even validity of licenses.

If you're curious to see what DNS servers have cache on your PC open (with administrator privileges) a (Ctrl + Win> > Enter) and type:

ipconfig / displaydns

dns cache

To clean DNS Cache, Type in CMD:

ipconfig / flushdns

In CMD you will need to receive the message:

Windows IP Configuration

Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

Activation and deactivation DNS cache (DNS Client service):

net stop dnscache
net start dnscache

Reference DNS Cache (Recursive and caching name server) (Wikipedia ).

CLEAN, & ENABLE DISABLE DNS cache.

Clean DNS Cache to protect your privacy. (Clean, Enable, Disable DNS Cache - Windows XP, Vista & Windows 7)

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