HOW TO: 5 Steps to Find Your Wi-Fi Password on Windows

    Usually, people tend to forget password as we deal with many of them for various purposes. There are increased chances for you to remember the passwords of your email, bank account, etc. as these are used regularly.

    HOW TO: 5 Steps to Find Your Wi-Fi Password on Windows

    Talking of the Wi-Fi passwords, there is a higher possibility that you might forget it, especially with networks are used for years. To stay safe, you need to change the password at regular intervals of maybe 3 months or 6 months.

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    If you have failed to do it, you would have most probably forgotten the password to connect to your Wi-Fi network. Fortunately, there is a way to look up to any Wi-Fi network's password if your computer or phone is connected to the network.

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    Well, the process of looking up to the Wi-Fi password from your Windows system is quite simple. Swirl through the slider below to know how you can get to know the password from your Windows computer or laptop.

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    Open Network Sharing and Sharing Center

    First, you must head on to Control Panel and open Network and Sharing Center. Alternatively, you can do it from the taskbar's Wireless Network icon with a right click.

    Your current Wi-Fi network

    Over here, you need to click on the name of the current Wi-Fi network that the laptop or computer is connected to.

    Check its Properties

    Clicking on it will open a dialog box. In this, you need to click on the 'Wireless Properties' option to know about it.

    Go to the Security Tab

    Wireless Properties will open a new dialog window and you need to choose the Security tab in that window.

    Take a look at the password

    When you open the Security tab, you will get to see the Wi-Fi password column. To see the password, you need to check the 'Show Password' box.

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