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How to Clear DNS Cache in Google Chrome

Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015 10:55AM EDT

Are you still having issues accessing blocked websites on Google Chrome? Have you tried flushing your DNS cache? If you're still region blocked, this might be because Google Chrome is loading saved website data. This is a feature in Google Chrome that helps you load web pages quicker on subsequent visits, but in this case, it may be blocking you from viewing specific websites.

Remember to try and flush your DNS cache before proceeding. If Flushing your DNS cache does not help, please continue with the steps below.

To get around this temporary block and use Tunlr to its full potential, you will need to clear Google Chrome's host cache.

Open Google Chrome

On your computer, find and open Google Chrome.

Go to Chrome's Internal DNS Settings

In Chrome's address bar (where you type in the website you want to go to), type in chrome://net-internals/#dns and press enter.

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Clear host cache

Find the button beside Host resolver cache that says Clear host cache. Click on Clear host cache that button to clear Chrome's DNS cache.

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