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How to Find or View Wi-Fi Password on Windows 11

This article shows you how to find or view your saved Wi-Fi password on Windows 11. Sometimes, you may forget your Wi-Fi password. Actually, you can check it on your computer connected to the Wi-Fi. You can follow the steps below to find and view your Wi-Fi password on your device.

Now a days, we can easily connect to the Wi-Fi. At the same time, this results a problem to remember all Wi-Fi password for your device may be connected to various different Wi-Fi networks. But don’t worry, Windows 11 can automatically remember all Wi-Fi password it has connected. you can easily find the Wi-Fi password on your Windows 11. Let’s start!

Find or View Wi-Fi Password on Windows 11 via Network Connection Properties

Click on start icon, search for Network Connections, choose View network connections.

View network connections to find Wi-Fi password
View network connections to find Wi-Fi password

Double click on the Wi-Fi icon and hit on Wireless Properties button on the Wi-Fi status window appeared on your screen.

Show Wi-Fi password via wireless properties
Show Wi-Fi password via wireless properties

Then, a window will pop up, just choose Security tab and check box Show characters. After that, you will see the Wi-Fi password.

Show Wi-Fi password
Show Wi-Fi password

Find or View Wi-Fi password on Windows 11 via Command Line

Right-click on desktop anywhere, choose Open in Windows Terminal in the drop-down list to launch Command Prompt.

Launch command prompt to find Wi-Fi password
Launch command prompt to find Wi-Fi password

Type the following command and press enter.

netsh wlan show profile

The list of all Wi-Fi profiles on your computer will be listed. Then, type the following command and press enter to show the password for a specific Wi-Fi:

netsh wlan show profile “Wi-Fi NAME” key=clear

Show Wi-Fi password on Command Prompt
Show Wi-Fi password on Command Prompt

The key content is the Wi-Fi password. Of course, you can check any Wi-Fi network password, just use the Wi-Fi name instead of the “Wi-Fi NAME” in the command above.

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