How to Find Saved WiFi Passwords in Windows 10?

There are many reasons to know saved wifi passwords because no one will give their wifi passwords as easy as you want. No matter whatever they say or do with their Wifi passwords, once you’ll be connected to it then it means that you’ve saved wifi passwords of them on your windows. In this article, I will be showing you how to get/ find saved wifi passwords on Windows 10, even if you’re connected or not.

This is exactly easy for me and will be for you as well but before knowing this it’s really hard to bear as happened to me when I was going to the relatives home. So let’s get started.

Find WiFi Password You’re Connected to

At the first we will know how to find wifi password you’re connected to whether at home or anywhere else, then we will look towards finding saved wifi passwords on Windows.

So before getting started, make sure you’ve connected to a Wifi and is working fine.

1. Right click on the wifi and select Open Network and Sharing Center, when the network sharing center opened just click on your wifi name from connections.

Network And Sharing Center
Network And Sharing Center

2. Now click on Wireless Properties and select Security tab and click on Show characters.

And boom you’ve found the wifi password more easily than cracking the password.

Wireless Network Properties
Wireless Network Properties

That was all about finding wifi password you’re connected and now it’s time to get the saved wifi passwords you’ve connected before and is not now connected.

Find Saved WiFi Passwords You’ve Connected Before

Ok, now that you’ve got to find wifi password you’re connected, its turn to know the saved wifi passwords you’ve connected before and can’t access them. This is either easy as finding connected wifi password so don’t worry just learn.

 At the first here, you’ve to know all wifi networks you’ve connected so to do that:

1. Open Command Prompt(CMD) or PowerShell and type:

Netsh WLAN show profiles

Windows PowerShell -Show Wifi's
Windows PowerShell -Show Wifi’s

2. Now it’s time to turn your command into password, so to do this first select the network you want to see the password and then type:

Netsh WLAN show profile name=Tenda_0B9160 key=clear

This is it, after entering the command you will successfully see the password with other information like the shot below.

Find Saved Wifi passwords you've connected before
Windows PowerShell -Show Password

Ok, this was all about finding both (connected and unconnected method of finding wifi passwords. If you have any question regarding this ask me by a comment.


How to Send Feedback to Microsoft in Windows 10?

The Windows feedback is one of the important parts of Windows 10 that really Microsoft wants. We can explain those experiences we’ve had using it. By receiving your feedback to Microsoft, they begin A/B testing and find out who’s the happiest and what we need to update. This is what we can share our ideas, suggestions or any plans that is not known to Microsoft. I like this built in app and give feedback when I face any issue or anything else rather improvement, I share them all through feedback and also recommend you to send feedback to Microsoft too, it’s a kind of development we can do. Since the first preview build last October, over 3 million feedback were sent and more than 2.5 million response to the notification questions. It means that the engineers use our feedback and works perfect. Surely it has made Windows better and so on you can, so let’s get started.

Send Feedback to Microsoft in Windows 10

Before getting started, make sure you’ve a Microsoft account or you can sign up from here.

1. Open Start Menu by pressing windows key and find out and click on Windows feedback.

Start Menu
Start Menu

2. When opened sign in with your Microsoft account and you will be asked to enter your windows password or leave blank if your PC doesn’t have any password then click Next.

Unlock Device
Unlock Device

3. Now you’re ready to send your feedback, so to do this click on Add new feedback from the last.

Windows feedback
Windows feedback

4. Here you can select the kind, category and write down your feedback and click Post Feedback.

New Feedback
New Feedback

5. You’re done, thank you for your feedback, the feedback has successfully sent and Microsoft will soon imporove it.

Click Go back and see or add new feedback.

Send Feedback to Microsoft
Thank You Page

That’s it, your feedback has been sent to Microsoft and won’t be ignored. If you have any question or any suggestion regarding this write them all through comment.


How to Set up Parental Controls in Windows 10?

Childs are very important for all and everyone wants to secure their browsing and other activities in internet so now it’s easy to do in windows 10 just by adding the account into the family member in your PC settings so you can manage or set up parental controls and they can use the PC too. By setting parental controls in the windows, you can add kids and make browse safer, also you can view all activities of them and make sure that they don’t see misbehavior websites, apps or any games. To get more experienced and enjoy more features set up parental controls in windows so let’s start settings up parental controls in windows.

Set up Parental Controls in Windows

Before set up parental controls, you need to sign in with your Microsoft account in your PC and then start.

1. Go to Settings>accounts>Family & other users and click on Add a family member.

Settings – Add family member

2. Select Add a child and enter the email address of the person and click Next to send an invitation to join, if the person doesn’t have email address then click on The person I want to invite doesn’t have an email address. 

Note: You can also set up an adult to manage the Childs and work as an adult.

Add a child

3. Now enter the child’s name with an email address then type a password with the country and date of birth to create for it and click Next continue.

Create an account

4. To protect your child’s security more enter a phone number, it will be asked when you’ve forgot your password so you can reset it or you can also use an email by clicking on add an alternate email instead then type an email and click Next.

Enter no

5. In this step, read both the options and mark them if you want to let the child see and get offers and see Microsoft advertising and promotion using their account and click Next.

More info

Ok, it’s done and the account has been created successfully, now the child can log on to their account with their password anytime, click Close.

Account created

Manage Parental Controls in windows

  • All right, now you can manage their account easily by clicking on Manage family settings online.
Manage accout online

The account settings will be opened online so you can open it in Microsoft Edge browser.

  • When the page loaded select a child to manage.
  • Select Recent activity then turn on Activity reporting and to send the reports to you weekly enable it.

By turning this on, it will save the activities of the child and will be send to you weekly.

Activity reporting
  • To manage web browsing of the child, select web browsing then turn on block inappropriate websites then scroll down to allow or block websites manually.
Web browsing
  • Now to allow or block a website for the child, enter the website and click allow and to block a website, enter the website and click block.
  • The sites have managed clearly, now to manage apps and games select Apps & games then click Turn on blocking, on the page turn on Block inappropriate apps & games then scroll down to limit apps, games and media.

Specify the child age then, windows will automatically adjust apps, movies, games and others which are appropriate for 13.


Child Age


  • The last portion to set is to limit the screen times for the child, so to manage navigate to Screen time then click on Set allowed times, turn on Set limits for when my child can use devices and scroll down then set the times for the child to use.
Screen times

Block someone using this PC

To allow or block someone using this PC, go to Settings>Accounts>Family & other users then block the person you want.

Block user or child

Ok, that’s all, if you have any question regarding this ask here.