Clear internal DNS cache in Google Chrome

I was moving a client’s web from one hosting to another and after checking that the DNS registers have already been updated I could load the page on the new server in Chrome. It was like still trying to reach the old IP. Then I assumed Chrome has some kind of DNS cache, and sure it does. If you want to clear it open chrome://net-internals/#dns and press “Clear host cache”.

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Ref: http://superuser.com/questions/203674/how-to-clear-flush-the-dns-cache-in-google-chrome

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