This guide will show you how to view the passwords to Wireless Networks that your Windows 10 computer has previously connected to, with no additional software to install.
- Click the Windows ‘Start’ button and scroll down to and select Windows Powershell. Then click the Windows Powershell app.
- Enter the following command (replacing NETWORK NAME HERE with the Network you want to recover the password from):
netsh wlan show profile name=”NETWORK NAME HERE” key=clear
- Look for the Key Content line item in the Security settings section – and there’s your password.
- That’s it! You can repeat the netsh wlan show profile name=”NETWORK NAME HERE” key=clear command with any and all of the Networks you’ve previously connected to.