Every device you have connected to your internal network has a MAC adress.
This identifies the device as the MAC adress is supposed to be constant and not meant to be changed, although it is still possible to change it.
A MAC adress has 12 characters and can sometimes be displayed in this form: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx.
This tutorial will show you how to view your MAC adress in Windows 10.
A video tutorial is available at the bottom of the post.
Move your mouse to the Windows 10 icon, right-click and then select ‘Windows PowerShell (Admin)’.
You may choose the option without the Admin if you do not have administrator rights on your account.
You can also use Microsoft CMD instead of Windows PowerShell if you want.
The Windows PowerShell terminal will now open.
Then type the command ‘ipconfig /all’ and hit enter.
You can now see a series of information as shown in the image below.
You can find your MAC adress on the third row of the second section next to ‘Physical Adress’.
I hid my MAC adress and other related information to prevent compromise of my privacy and security.
You now know how to view your MAC adress in WIndows 10.