Many times it happens that when I buy new domain name and after changing nameservers & hosting it in my server, it takes lots of time to resolve DNS, I do manual windows Flush DNS but still nothing works, then I came to know that, Google Chrome has a built-in internal DNS caching system which stores and saves the domain name, which I believe is to improve webpage loading performance.
Due to Chrome’s internal DNS cache system even after I flush the DNS cache on operating system level, the domain may still resolve to old IP address due to DNS cache on Chrome itself.
Here are three different ways of how to flush and clear DNS cache of Google Chrome:
Solution 1– In Chrome browser, type chrome://net-internals/#dns and then press the Clear host cache button.
Solution 2 – Go to tools -> options -> Under the hood -> Clear Browsing data and check ’empty the cache’ and click on clear browsing data. it is not the DNS cache but still it works.
Solution 3 – Install “DNS Flusher for Chrome” extension : DNS Flusher for Chrome helps you clearing DNS cache by one click. By using it, you don’t need to open the page(chrome://net-internals/#dns) and click the button “clear host cache” Extension link>>