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Last Updated on June 28, 2021

In this article, you will learn how to find the IP address of your network adapter without using a command prompt (CMD)

Windows:

Finding The IP address on Windows 10 without using the command prompt:

  1. Press Windows key + I
  2. Click Network & Internet.
  3. Depending upon wired or wireless connection, select Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection from the left menu >Click the network icon 
  4. Under “Properties” next to “IPv4 Address” you will see your Ip address.

Finding The IP address on Windows 8/8.1, without using the command prompt:

  1. Press Window key + R to open the Run dialogue box
  2. Enter ncpa.cpl and hit Ok.
  3. Double click on the wired or wireless connection, double click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  4. Click Details
  5. your IP address will appear next to “IPv4 Address

Finding The IP address on Windows 7 without using the command prompt:

  1. Press Window key + R to open the Run dialogue box
  2. Enter ncpa.cpl and hit Ok.
  3. Double click on the wired or wireless connection, double click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  4. Click Details
  5. your IP address will appear next to “IPv4 Address

Finding The IP address on Windows Vista without using the command prompt:

  1. Press Window key + R to open the Run dialogue box
  2. Enter ncpa.cpl and hit Ok.
  3. Double click on the wired or wireless connection, double click on Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection (Network Name)
  4. Click Details
  5. your IP address will appear next to “IPv4 Address

Mac OS X:

Finding The IP address on Mac OS X 10.5 and later computer:

  1. Go to Apple Menu > select System Preferences.
  2. Under Internet & Network, Select Network icon.
  3. Select the Network interface in the right pan (e.g., Ethernet, AirPort, Wi-Fi). 
  4. If you are connected, you’ll see your IP address in the “Status” section on the right.

Finding The IP address on Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.3 and later computer:

  1. Go to Apple Menu > select System Preferences.
  2. Under Internet & Network, Select Network icon.
  3. Select the Network interface from the drop-down under show (e.g., Ethernet, AirPort, Wi-Fi). 
  4. Click on the TCP/IP tab 
  5. If you are connected, you’ll see your IP address there.

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