Three Ways To Resolve DNS Issues On Google Chrome Browser

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Many of you might not have known what exact DNS is. DNS is the system behind the Internet, which will responsible and match requested domain names with correct IP addresses. When you are entering a domain name in your browser’s address bar, it will send a request to DNS servers to ask for the right IP address.

DNS servers look like the address book, which stored all domain names and its IP addresses. And these servers will respond and return to users the right information.

However, if somehow, these DNS servers can’t respond to your request or your request couldn’t be delivered to DNS servers. Then you aren’t able to access the Internet because all internet connections, including sending and receiving are based on DNS servers.

These DNS errors could be caused many reasons. But with three helpful methods below, you can resolve any DNS errors that may happen on your computer.

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#1. Switching DNS Servers On Your Computer

Sometimes, it’s not a fault of your computer. The DNS issue appears because DNS servers are not responding, and could not return the result to users. That’s the reason why we can’t visit any website or even use the Internet.

In this situation, you can choose to replace your current DNS servers with some other services, such as DynDNS, Google DNS or OpenDNS. By changing DNS servers to third-party services, you might also be helped to fix Your Connection Is Not Private error on Google Chrome.

#2. Clearing DNS Cache On Your Computer

If your computer stored any invalid or expired cache of DNS servers, it might be lead to DNS errors or serious issues. In order to ease all DNS cache at once, you can press Ctrl + X, and then choose “A” to launch Command Prompt with administration mode.

In the next step, type “ipconfig /flushdns” and then press Enter. By doing so, all DNS cache will be flushed.

#3. Remove Cookies And Cached Files On Google Chrome

You can also remove all cookies and cached files, which are stored in your Google Chrome temporary folders. This method will help to resolve many DNS errors that might have happened on your computer. If this method didn’t work, you could try to reset the entire Google Chrome browser. It would be helped to resolve the issue.

I hope you can now resolve most DNS issues that might happen on your computer. If you found this tutorial is useful, let share it with your friends.