How to find out passwords from all Wi-Fi to which you connected from a PC
If you forgot the password for a Wi-Fi point or need to quickly connect to another network, there is a life hack on Windows. You will need a command line and a couple of actions.
How to do it:
1. Press the key combination “Win + R” and enter the command “cmd” to open the command line.
2. Enter the command “netsh wlan show profiles” – you will see a list of all Wi-Fi networks that your computer has connected to. We choose the name of the desired network.
3. Enter “netsh wlan show profiles name=NAME_WIFI key=clear” and do not forget to add the name of your network.
4. That’s all – the last password with which you connected to this point will be indicated in the “Key content” field.