How To Find Wifi Password On Google Chrome

Have you ever been in a situation where you required the password for a WiFi network that you had previously connected to, but couldn’t recall it? If so, you’re not the only one. Fortunately, if you used a PC and Google Chrome to connect to the WiFi network, there is a remedy. In this blog post, we will demonstrate how you can retrieve your WiFi password on Google Chrome.

What You Need to Know

Firstly, let’s clarify that Google Chrome itself doesn’t store WiFi passwords. However, Windows does. And, since Google Chrome is a browser built for Windows (among other operating systems), we can leverage this ability of Windows to find our WiFi password. Don’t worry, the process isn’t as complicated as it sounds!

Step by Step Guide

Step 1: Open Control Panel

On your PC, open the Control Panel. You can do this by typing “Control Panel” into the search bar next to the start menu and clicking on the application when it appears.

Step 2: Access Network and Sharing Center

Once in the Control Panel, locate and click on the Network and Sharing Center option. This is where all the network related configurations are stored.

Step 3: Manage Wireless Networks

In the Network and Sharing Center, you will find an option called Change adapter settings on the left side of the window. Click on it. This will open a new window where you can see all the networks to which you’ve connected. Right click on the WiFi network for which you want to find the password and select Status.

Step 4: Wireless Properties

In the WiFi Status window, click on the Wireless Properties button. This will open a new window with two tabs: Connection and Security.

Step 5: Show Password

Click on the Security tab. Under the security tab, you should see an option for Show characters. Check this box, and voila! Your password should now be visible in the Network security key box.


And that’s it! With this simple process, you can find the WiFi password for any network to which you’ve previously connected using your PC and Google Chrome. Just be sure to use this information responsibly and ethically. If you have any questions or run into any issues, feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll do our best to assist you. Happy browsing!