Do you need to know how to change a Wi-Fi password? Well, to be able the change the password or SSID if you choose to do so as well, you need to be able to get into the router. To find how to access it while you are connected, open a command prompt and type IPCONFIG /ALL.
This command will list a bunch of IP Addresses and the information to access the router will be shown in the DNS Server area. Type that IP Address into your web browser and wait for the page to load. If the router request a username, try using admin and leave the password area blank. It that fails, try to use password as the password. Should that also fail, take up the router (if you can get access to it) and flip it over. You should be able to see the login credentials left by the manufacturer. If the password and username matches what your tried, it means it was changed and you will need to factory reset the router at a loss of some settings.
Once you are in the Wi-Fi router, you can proceed to can change the password by navigating through the menu listing for the appropriate setting.
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