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Nov 27, 2023

How to find your Wi-Fi password on Windows and Mac

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This quick step guide will show you how to find your Wi-Fi password if you are unable to remember or is not accessible from the router itself. This can be achieved using a Windows or Mac computer.

NB. For these methods to work you will need to already be connected to the Wi-Fi network you need.

Method 1 – Using control panel on Windows

1.       Open the Control Panel through the Start Menu and select the Network and Sharing Centre

2.       Select your Wi-Fi network

3.       Once this opens select Wireless Properties and then select the Security tab which will provide you more details about your Wi-Fi network

4.       Select the Show Characters box and this will show the Wi-Fi password for this network

 

Method 2 (Advanced Method) – Using Command Prompt (cmd) on Windows

1.       Select the Start Menu and type “cmd”

2.       This will then open a command prompt window

3.       Then enter the following command –

  •   Netsh wlan show profile name= “your Wi-Fi name” key=clear

4.       This will then provide you all the information about your Wi-Fi network including the Wi-Fi password next to the Key Content option

 

Method 3 – using Keychain Access on Mac

1.       Open Keychain Access from Applications > Utilities from the Go tab

2.       Select System from the left hand panel and then select the Passwords tab at the top

3.       Double click on your network name to display the additional Wi-Fi information

4.       Tick the “Show Password” box and enter your admin password

5.       The Wi-Fi password will then be displayed

 

Method 4 (Advanced Method) – using Terminal on Mac

1.       Open terminal using the magnifying glass in the top right of the screen

2.       Then enter the command –

  • security find-generic-password -wa “wifiname”

3.       Then enter your admin credentials and your Wi-Fi password will be displayed

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