How To Find Your Ip Address Without Using The Command Prompt?

This article will show you how to find your network adapter’s IP address without using a command prompt (CMD).

Windows:

  • Without using the command prompt, you can find the IP address on Windows 10:
  • Hit the Windows key + I
  • Click Network and Internet.
  • Choose Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection from the left menu, depending on whether you have a wired or wireless connection. Click the network icon.
  • Under “Properties,” you will find your IP address next to “IPv4 Address.”

Without using the command prompt, you can find the IP address on Windows 8 or 8.1:

  • Pressing the Window key + R will bring up the Run box. Type ncpa.cpl into it, and then press OK.
  • Double-click on the wired or wireless connection, then double-click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  • When you click Details, your IP address will show up next to “IPv4 Address.”

Without using the command prompt, you can find the IP address on Windows 7:

  • Pressing the Window key + R will bring up the Run box. Type ncpa.cpl into it, and then press OK.
  • Double-click on the wired or wireless connection, then double-click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  • When you click Details, your IP address will show up next to “IPv4 Address.”

Without using the command prompt, you can find the IP address on Windows Vista:

  • Pressing the Window key + R will bring up the Run box. Type ncpa.cpl into it, and then press OK.
  • Double-click on the wired or wireless connection, then double-click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  • When you click Details, your IP address will show up next to “IPv4 Address.”

Mac OS X:

Find the IP address on a computer with Mac OS X 10.5 or later:

  • Select System Preferences from the Apple menu.
  • Select the Network icon from the Internet & Network menu.
  • In the right pan, choose the Network interface (e.g., Ethernet, AirPort, Wi-Fi).
  • In the “Status” box on the right, you can see your IP address if you are connected.

Find the IP address on a computer with Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.3 or later:

  • Select System Preferences from the Apple menu.
  • Select the Network icon from the Internet & Network menu.
  • Under “Show,” choose “Network interface” from the drop-down menu (e.g., Ethernet, AirPort, Wi-Fi).
  • Tap the TCP/IP tab.
  • If you are connected, your IP address will be shown.

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