To find your IP address, navigate to your WiFi or Ethernet settings, no matter the system or program you’re using. Here’s the way to roll in the hay on four differing types of computers, but if you do not see yours mentioned, rummaging through your internet settings should get you there.
There’s even a Google shortcut that’s pretty cool. Simply click this link, and your IP address will appear at the highest of the search results page. Simply type “What is my IP” into Google search subsequent time, and you will get an equivalent answer. In either case…
On a Mac, go to the Apple menu, then System Preferences, then Network. Depending on your link, choose WiFi or Ethernet > your IP address will appear in the open window, right underneath the status of your connection.
On a Windows 10 device, do the following: Pick WiFi or Ethernet from the task bar > click on the network you’re currently connected to > Properties > your IP address appears next to “IPv4 address.”
On an Android phone or tablet, do the following: Pick the WiFi network that you’re connected to in Settings > Wireless & Networks (or “Network & Internet” on Pixel devices) > Along with other network information, your IP address is shown.
If you’re using an iPhone or iPad, you can do the following: Settings > WiFi > tap the arrow next to your network name > to the right of “IP address,” your IP address is shown.