Find Out IP Address In Windows 8 Via Command Prompt

Finding your IP address in Windows 8 is done simply through the command prompt. Here’s how:


How to Find Your IP Address in Windows 8

1. StepFrom the desktop, hover over the Start orb. From the menu, click Search

2. StepIn search bar enter CMD, then click Apps

3. StepCMD will show in main window. right-click to select it.

CMD in Apps

4. StepClick the Advanced button in the bottom right. From the menu, click Run as Administrator

Run as Administrator

5. StepEnter the command ipconfig -all Then, dots across to your Ip Address.

IPConfig

If you still have problems finding your IP address, post your question below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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