Are you looking for a way to find out your computer’s local IP address in Windows 11 or 10? There are different ways to look up the Windows IP address. In this quick guide, we will show you two of the easy ways to lookup the local IP address on Windows PC.
Method 1. Find IP address via Command Prompt
To find computer IP address you can go to the Command Prompt on your computer and run the ipconfig command. This is the easiest way to find IP address in Windows. To run the ipconfig command in the Command Prompt screen on Windows PC, just follow these steps.
Right click on the Start menu in Windows, you will get a pop-up menu, choose Command Prompt or Command Prompt (Admin), then type in ipconfig and press enter on your keyboard.
You will get a response in the Command Prompt in Windows. Find the section of ‘Ethernet adapter local area connection‘ or ‘wireless local adapter‘, you should find IPv4 Address with a number right to it, such as 192.168.0.100. This number is the local IP address of your computer.
Method 2. Find IP address from Windows Settings
Open the Windows Settings. Click on Network & Internet from the left-hand menu, select Ethernet or Wi-Fi, depending on your connection.
Under the network connection name, click on Properties. Scroll down and look for the “IPv4 address” field. This will show your local IP address.