How to Find Your lost WiFi Password

How to Find Your lost WiFi Password

Have you lost your Wi-Fi password or forgot your wireless password and want to restore it but you can not remember whatever you try? Whether your Wi-Fi password is the same as the default word or you change it, it can be found if you have previously connected to this Wi-Fi through a computer and here’s how to find it.

The default Wi-Fi password on the Router router

The new Wi-Fi pointing devices come with a random default password and you can find them on the background of the router where you will find a sticker containing both the SSID and the default password if you have not changed them after you can use them to access the network.

If you do not find the default password printed on the router itself, look for it in the documentation that comes with it in the box. You may be using an old router from devices whose passwords were all the same or you are using a network open device which does not have a password. Find the router documentation Find the device type model number online.

Wi-Fi password on Windows

If you previously connect to Wi-Fi through your desktop or Windows operating system, Windows can remember your password and you can find it by opening the Control Panel and clicking the “View network status and tasks” option under Network and Internet.

Choose the name of the Wi-Fi you want to find your password next to “Connections” and if it is not what you’re looking for, choose “Change adapter settings” to find the name you’re looking for and when you find it right-click it and choose “Status

then Select “Wireless Properties

Then select the “Security” key and enable “Show characters” to see what is in the password box

Wi-Fi password on Mac

If you connect to Wi-Fi through a Mac you can find a password saved on it as in Windows Unlike smartphones that do not allow the display of passwords Here is the way of the Mac:

From the keyboard press Command + Space to open the searchlight and then type in the search engine (“Keychain Access”) with quotes and press the Enter key

Search for the Wi-Fi name you want from the menu and then press the “info” button, which is expressed as an I code at the bottom of the screen

Click on “Show Password” from the screen that appears, enter your username and password (administrator account), click Allow and you will see the password you are looking for

The router password on the browser interface

If you do not find the default password on the router label as in the first step at the top, you are sure to search within the site of the factory You must be familiar with the username and password of your account on the site to log on the router then search on the Department of Wai You’ll find your name and password and you can change it from there.

Reset the password to the default

You can not find your Wi-Fi password which you have changed for a while and cannot access your router account on the site. You must reset the password and return it to the default printer on the back of the router so that you can access the network and change it later if I wanted.

Look for the “reset” button on the router and press it for at least 10 seconds and all your changes to the device will be deleted and restore your default Wi-Fi username and password.

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How to Find Your lost WiFi Password

I’m going to be telling you how you can find your Wi-Fi password and a few easy clicks say you forgot a your-Fi password or you need to give it to someone you don’t know the full thing you know you’ll go on Google you’ll search up how do I find my Wi-Fi password

and it’ll tell you to go open up your internet browser type in192.168.1.1 or whatever it tells you to do click enter and you’re like oh no I need a username and password with my username and password and then it’ll be like if you don’t know your username and password try typing admin and then for the password try admin

and if that doesn’t work try admin and try one twotwo four five and you know you do know what’s going on you’re like I donut remember this I don’t have time for this crap so then you’re like me what else can I doit’s on otherwise what else can I do then it’ll be like hey maybe you can open up command problems see what if we do anything from there

okay what do I do here what’s this mean well we can avoid all of that in a couple simple steps first up to do hello Easter Islandhead first up we have to do is open up our Start menu and then click control panel once again that is start control panel if you don’t see this if your control panel does not look like this and it looks like this-this sure you click to view by category I just like to keep it like this as my default once you’re here click View Network Status and tasks

and then here’s some internets and network options over here is our connections this is the name of your Wi-Fi your Wi-Fi network and then we have our general info and our properties we need to click Wireless properties and then up here at the top click security now here is our network security key that’s what our password you need to be an administrator to clicks how characters so if you don’t have that you know click administrative properties and change yourself to anadministratoryeah

so then click the box your password will pop up and that’s what you can copy it down write it down make sure you remember it so you don’t have to do that again because you know it’s not a very fun process but I hope you got you’ve gotten something out of this little tutorial

it’s a really easy way to find your password without having to do all the southern garbage sure to leave a thumbs up rating subscribe watch other videos go eat some cookies thanks for watching






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