For your information: When you buy through links on Mesh Wifi Hub, we may earn a commission.
As a result of our laptops automatically connecting to your WiFi network, the majority of us tend to forget our WiFi passwords. If you need your WiFi password for whatever reason and you haven’t written it down, what do you do in such situation. If your PC is already linked to your network, you’re in luck, since there are many methods for retrieving the information. This article will show you how to locate your WiFi password on a Windows 10 computer.
Find WiFi Password on a Windows 10 PC
WiFi Settings may be found by searching for WiFi Settings in the Windows search bar on your Windows 10 computer. Select your WiFi network name > Wireless Properties > Security > Show characters from the Network and Sharing Center window that appears once you log in.
In the bottom-left corner of your screen, locate the magnifying glass symbol and click it. It is also possible to use the Windows logo button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, or the Windows key on your keyboard, if you are unable to locate the button with the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of your screen.
Then, in the search field, type WiFi Settings and press the Enter key. Alternatively, you may press the enter key on your keyboard.
Scroll down and choose Network and Sharing Center from the drop-down menu. On the right-hand side of the window, you’ll see this option listed under Related Settings.
Choose the name of your WiFi network. This may be found on the right-hand side of the window, just next to Connections.
Then select Wireless Properties.
Select the Security tab from the drop-down menu. This may be located at the top of the window, just next to the Connection tab.
Finally, choose Show characters from the drop-down menu to reveal your WiFi password. The dots in the Network security key box will then change to show your Windows 10 WiFi network password when you press the Enter key.