For Mac users, finding a WiFi password is a daunting task. Once they set up password for their Wi-fi network at home or their own office, they hardly need to remember the password as they just have to connect their Mac with network by a single click. But when they have to connect a new device to their Wi-fi network, they need to enter password manually. This requires them to find a saved Wifi password on Mac.
Mac stores your Wifi password in Keychain Access; you need to go to this Keychain Access to find out Wifi password on Mac. Let’s checkout the steps to view saved Wifi Password on iMac or MacBook Pro/Air running macOS Sierra or macOS High Sierra.
How to Find a Wifi Password on Mac
Step #1: Tap on Spotlight search from the top right corner.
Step #2: Type “Keychain Access” in search bar.
Step #3: Click on Passwords from the sidebar.
Step #4: Now, Type the network name in search bar and double click on it from search results.
Step #5: Click on Show Password.
Here you need to enter admin username and password to confirm your identity.
Step #6: Finally, the WiFi password will appear in the text box.
Note that Keychain Access also saves passwords of your applications, internet and web forms; you can access these passwords from Keychain Access. To save you from memorizing passwords, Apple offers a default Accounts and Passwords feature in iOS 11 Settings on iPhone and iPad.
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