How to View Saved Wi-Fi Passwords In Windows 10

How to View Saved WiFi Passwords In Windows 10. I am not just talking about your current Wi-Fi password its also previous Wi-Fi passwords you have connected to in the past using your Windows 10 Computer.

To View saved Wi-Fi passwords:

1. Open Command Prompt by right clicking on start and select “Command Prompt

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2. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and then press Enter key.

netsh wlan show profiles

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This command shows all saved wireless network profiles on your PC. These are Wi-Fi you have connected to in the past. As you can see in the picture above, there are two saved Wi-Fi / SSID profiles on my Windows 10 PC.

3. Next, enter the following command to view the Wi-Fi password.

netsh wlan show profiles profilename key=clear

In the above command, replace “profilename” with the actual profile name of the Wi-Fi network. As shown in the picture below.

For instance, if the Wi-Fi network name (SSID) is AvoidErrors, then you need to enter the following command:

netsh wlan show profiles AvoidErrors key=clear

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4. The password appears next to Key content as shown in the picture below.

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To View your current WiFi password:

1. Click on Start then type “ncpa.cpl” and then press Enter key to open Network Connections window.

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2. OnceĀ  on Network Connections window, Double-click on the Wi-Fi icon to open Wi-Fi Status dialog.

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3. Here, click Wireless Properties button. This will open Wireless Network Properties dialog.

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4. Click on the Security tab, check mark Show characters box to view your current Wi-Fi password.

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