The DNS cache is a temporary database on an operating system that stores DNS lookups

When you visit a website on numerous occasions, your operating system retrieves the information for the website from the locally-stored cache, instead of having to use the slower public DNS records. Because of this, the loading of those websites is considerably faster.

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