How to Find IP Address? Well, asking Google for your public IP address is a straightforward approach to find it. The steps are straightforward:
Step 1: Open a web browser of your choice.
Step 2: Go to google.com
Step 3: In the search field, type "What is my IP address."
Your public IP address will appear at the top of Google's search results. Additional sites will also publish your public IP address, as well as other information, such as a rough estimate of your location.
The IPCONFIG command is the quickest way to discover your private IP address on Windows. Follow these steps to accomplish this:
Step 1: From the Power User Menu, right-click on the Start button and select Windows Power Shell.
Step 2: In the Windows PowerShell window, type the command "IPCONFIG" and hit Enter. This will display all of the IP configuration information for Windows.
As shown above, the number you need displays next to IPv4 Address.
Step 1: Select System Preferences from the Apple icon. You can also go to the Dock and click on the System Preferences icon (if available).
Step 2: Choose a network to connect to.
Step 3: Select your network and then, at the bottom of the box, select Advanced.
Step 4: Go to the TCP/IP tab and click it.
Skip to the following section if you have a Samsung device. Otherwise, the instructions that follow are for vanilla Android.
Step 1: From the top, expand the Quick Settings menu and hit the "gear" symbol.
Step 2: Select Wi-Fi from the menu.
Step 3: Next to your current Wi-Fi connection, tap the "gear" symbol.
Step 4: Select Advanced from the drop-down menu.
Under IP Address, you'll find the number you're looking for.
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