This informational website will teach you how to "speed-up" things when you need to update the name servers on your domain.
As you probably know, normally you have to wait a few hours, or maybe even up to 24-48 hours for your DNS information to update on your domain. This is sometimes a bad thing because you might still have work to do on the website, or may lose traffic due to it being down.
Below is a way to speed up the process on your side of things. Using DNSFlush.
OK, so let's figure out how to do this.
Step 1
First, start off by going to your desktop. Then click on the "Start" button on the bottom left of your screen. Like I did in the picture to the left.
Step 2
After you've clicked on the "Start" button, go ahead and click on "Run...". This should be located on the bottom right of your start menu.
Step 3
A new box should open up. Type in "cmd".
Step 4
After you've typed in "cmd" click the OK button.
Step 5
A new window should open. Type "ipconfig/flushdns" and hit the enter key once.
Step 6
It should look like this.
Step 7
After you press enter, it should wait for a second, and then show what is shown in the picture to the left.
You're all done now!
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