Mac users may need to occasionally clear out and flush DNS cache in MacOS, perhaps because they modified their hosts file, or for troubleshooting purposes.
Resetting DNS cache on the Mac is generally only needed by advanced users, but even novice Mac users should find the process to be pretty easy, though it is achieved through the use of the command line.
How to Flush DNS Cache in MacOS Ventura & MacOS Monterey
Here’s how to clear out and reset your DNS cache in modern MacOS versions:
- Open the Terminal application on the Mac, the simplest way to do this is…