How to find the WiFi password on your Chromebook

A WiFi password can be a pain to find. Whether you’re at home, work, or out and about there is nothing more frustrating than having no Internet connection because you don’t know the password.

The good news is that finding the WiFi password on your Chromebook isn’t difficult if you follow these steps.

You’ll be able to connect in no time!

Find Your WiFi Password On Chromebook

1. Click on your Chromebook’s Desktop

2. Find the WiFi network you are currently using and right-click on it

3. Select “Open Network Preferences” 

4. The password will be displayed in the bottom left corner of the window that pops up!

You can also change or update this password if necessary, or add more networks by clicking “Add” in the same window.

This method works for all Chromebook models including Acers, Asus’, Dell’s, HPs’, Samsungs’ and Toshiba’s Chromebooks!

Where to find WiFi networks on a Chromebook

1. Find the “Chrome OS” circle icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen.

2. Click on it and then click “WiFi.” You should see a list of available WiFi access points appear! You can use these to connect to the Internet!

This method works for all Chromebook models including: Acer’s, Asus’, Dell’s, HPs’, Samsungs’ and Toshiba’s Chromebooks!

Note: This method is slightly different from what was stated previously but will still provide your password if needed!

How do I change my password?

If you are using a managed Chromebook, you will need to contact the person who manages it for you in order to get help with changing your password.

However, if you have an unmanaged Chromebook and wish to change your password yourself, all you need to do is follow these steps!

1. Click on the WiFi icon in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.

2. Select “WiFi Preferences” from the dropdown menu that appears.

3. Find your current WiFi password and type it into both password fields, then click save!

You can also change or update this password if necessary, or add more networks by clicking “Add” in the same window!

What if the password isn’t in the bottom left corner?

This means that your Chromebook isn’t connected to WiFi. Try connecting to a different network or turning off and turning on your Chromebook again.

If you are still unable to find the password.

You can also check Network Preferences by clicking “Settings” in the bottom right corner of Chrome’s browser window.

Scroll down to “Advanced Settings”

Scroll down to “Network Connections”

Click “Change adapter settings” and then double-click “Wireless Network”.

A new window will appear with your WiFi password at the very top!

Concluison

There are many different methods to finding your WiFi password on a Chromebook.

You can use the instructions above, but if they don’t work for you there is always an alternative method!

If all else fails, try restarting your Chromebook or computer and try again!

Good luck! You can do it!

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