Windows 10 (or the latest Windows Server 2016) has introduced a new capability called Clear DNS cache that will automatically clear DNS cache when you change domains or use other advanced features.
Clear DNS is built into Windows, and it’s a feature that Microsoft has been using in its operating system since the release of Windows 8.1.
Clear cache has been a core part of Microsoft’s DNS policy since its debut, but it’s only available to users running Windows 10.
It’s important to understand that Clear DNS does not automatically clear the cache for any of your DNS queries.
It only removes cache that’s associated with a specific domain.
When you use Clear DNS, it will also delete any DNS cache associated with any DNS queries that you make in the past.
Here’s how to clear DNS Cache and how it works.