Need to change your router settings? You will need to know the IP address of your router to make any modifications. And if you don’t remember it, Windows can help you find it.

This is how you can find the IP address of your router in Windows 10.

1. Open a Command Prompt window by typing cmd in Start.

2. Type ipconfig/all and press the Enter key.

3. Scroll through the list, looking for the network adapter that is connected to your router.

4. Make note of the Default Gateway, which is usually the router address.

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