P address is defined as a number which is exclusive on all information technology devices use and it identifies and permits them the ability to be able to communicate with each other on a computer network. You may want to know the IP address of your computer but you do not know how to do that.
There are several ways that you are able to do to check the IP address of your computer. If the Operation System of your PC is Windows 10, you can try to check the IP address by using these methods.
Finding IP address of Windows 10
To find IP address in Windows 10, you are able to go to Settings and then choose Network & Internet. After that, you are able to choose either Wi-Fi or Ethernet and this choice depends on how the device connects. If you choose Ethernet, you can select the Ethernet Connected icon. Then, you have to scroll down to the Properties section and you will be able to see your IPV4 address information.
If you want to find Wi-Fi address, you have to access Settings and then choose Network & Internet. Then, you have to choose Advanced options and scroll down to the Properties section to see the IP address of the device.
Finding An IP Address By Using the Command Prompt in Windows 10
If you want to find the IP address by using the Command Prompt, you are able to start it by right clicking the Start button or you can also hit Windows Key + X to bring up the hidden quick access menu and then choose Command Prompt (Admin) or you can choose Windows PowerShell depending on your version of Windows 10. Now, you are able to type: ipconfig and then press Enter.
Finding IP Address in Windows 8
If your Operation System is Windows 8 and you want to check the IP address, you are able to do that by going to Control Panel. To find the Control Panel, you can hit Windows key + F and then a search box will appear. You can input control panel there and then hit Enter. After finding Control Panel, now you can find IP address by following these steps.
- In the Control Panel, you need to click on Network and Internet and then choose Network and Sharing Center. After that, you have to click on Change Adapter settings on the left side.
- Now, you have to highlight and then right click on Ethernet and then go to Status > Details. Here, the IP address will be shown.
Finding IP address in Windows XP
You are able to click on Start and then choose Control Panel. After that, you have to choose and click Network and Internet Connections. If you are not able to find it, you can go next. Now, you have to choose and double click on Network Connection. After that, you have to highlight and right click the Local Area Connection icon. Then, click on Status and go to Support and you will see the IP address displaying there.