Sometimes we forget our WiFi password, and since all of our home systems and gadgets are connected to the same network, it is difficult to change it without having to save the new password on every device.
However, if we ever linked our Windows 10 PC to that Wi-Fi network, we can save ourselves from having to reset the password. Windows remembers the passwords for all of our networks so that we never have to enter them again to login to the same network.
By utilizing Windows Command Prompt and a few fast ‘netsh’ instructions, we can retrieve our forgotten Wi-Fi password.
steps to Find the Wi-Fi Password Using CMD in Windows
Step 1: Press start and type CMD, right-click on the Command Prompt option shown as a search result and click on Run as administrator.
Type the following command line and hit Enter:
NETSH WLAN SHOW PROFILE
You will see a list of WLAN profiles stored on the PC. Take note of the network name you’d like to see the password
Type netsh wlan show profile name= “Wi-Fi name” key=clear, substituting ‘Wi-Fi name’ for the network name we just made a note of (for example, netsh wlan show profile Redmi key=clear) then Press Enter.
Completing these steps successfully will bring up the WLAN profile of the network you want to connect to. Scroll through the results until we find an entry named Key Content -our Wi-Fi password will be listed next to it.
We got our Wi-Fi Password, you can connect our device to the network to complete our explore.