How to Find Your Wi-Fi Password? [Easy steps]

To find your Wi-Fi password, you can follow these steps:


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  • .Open the Control Panel on your computer. You can search for it in the Start menu..Select “Network and Internet” or “Network and Sharing Center” (depending on your Windows version).
  • .Click on “Change adapter settings” in the left-hand menu.
  • .Right-click on the Wi-Fi network you’re connected to and select “Status.”
  • .In the Wi-Fi Status window, click on the “Wireless Properties” button.
  • .In the Wireless Network Properties window, navigate to the “Security” tab.
  • .Check the box next to “Show characters” or “Show password.” Your Wi-Fi password will be displayed in the “Network security key” field.


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  • .Click on the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar at the top-right corner of your screen.
  • .Select “Open Network Preferences” or “Open Network Preferences…”
  • .In the Network Preferences window, click on the Wi-Fi network you’re connected to.
  • .Click on the “Advanced” button at the bottom-right corner.
  • .Go to the “Wi-Fi” or “AirPort” tab.
  • .Check the box next to “Show password.” You may be prompted to enter your Mac’s admin password.
  • .Your Wi-Fi password will be displayed next to “Password” or “Network password.”

Router Settings:

  • .You can also access your Wi-Fi password by logging into your router’s administration settings. The process may vary depending on your router’s brand and model.
  • .Open a web browser on a device connected to your Wi-Fi network.
  • .Enter your router’s IP address into the address bar. Common IP addresses are or, but it can vary.
  • .Enter the username and password for your router. If you haven’t changed it, the default login credentials can often be found on the router itself or in the router’s manual.
  • .Once logged in, navigate to the wireless settings or Wi-Fi settings section of the router’s administration interface.
  • .Look for the security settings or the passphrase/key settings. The Wi-Fi password will usually be displayed there.

Note: If you are unable to access your Wi-Fi password using these methods, you may need to contact your Internet Service Provider or the person who set up your network for further assistance.


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