Flushing DNS Cache

The local record of DNS (Domain Name Server) cache information is generated when you visit a webpage for finding the corresponding IP, and providing it to your web browser. If the DNS cache is outdated or corrupt, it may prevent you from loading a webpage correctly. You can try to Flush the DNS cache on a Mac to have a fix.

  1. Open BuhoCleaner > Go to Toolkit > Choose Flush DNS Cache.
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  2. Click Start.
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  3. BuhoCleaner will start to flush and reset your DNS cache.
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  4. After a moment, BuhoCleaner will finish flushing your DNS cache. Click Done to get back.
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