It is now easier than ever to find your router's IP address in Windows 10. Maybe you are trying to log in to your router and you are not sure where to start. Begin by looking at your network and finding your router's IP address.
To get to the your router's IP address in Windows 10:
- click the Windows Key (You can find it on your keyboard between CTRL and ALT.)
- click on the Gear icon (Settings Menu)
- click on Network and Internet
- In the Status section, click on View hardware and connection properties
Next, look through this list of network details to find your router's IP address. It is listed under Ethernet or Wi-Fi as the Default Gateway setting. The number next to Default Gateway is your router's IP address.
For those of you trying to access your router, you can copy your router's IP address, paste it into your browser, hit enter... and you should see the login screen of your router. Next, enter your router username and password to access the settings in your router.
If you are not sure what your password is check out our lists of Default Router Passwords. If you are using an operating system other than Windows 10, this Router IP address guide can help you figure out the IP address of your router.