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How to Find Your WiFi Password.txt File on Windows 10

If you have ever forgotten your WiFi password and needed to access it on your Windows 10 computer, you might have wondered where it is stored. The answer is in a file called WiFi Password.txt, which is hidden in a system folder. In this article, we will show you how to find and open this file, as well as how to change or delete it if you want to.

What is WiFi Password.txt

WiFi Password.txt is a text file that contains the password of your WiFi network. It is created by Windows 10 when you connect to a WiFi network for the first time, and it is updated whenever you change your WiFi password. The file is located in the following folder:

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wlansvc\Profiles\Interfaces\[Interface ID]\

The [Interface ID] part of the folder name is a unique identifier for your wireless network adapter. You can find it by opening the Command Prompt and typing the following command:

netsh wlan show interfaces

The Interface ID will be displayed under the Name field. For example, it might look something like this:


Once you have the Interface ID, you can navigate to the folder where WiFi Password.txt is stored using File Explorer or Command Prompt. However, you will need to enable the option to show hidden files and folders first, as the ProgramData folder is hidden by default. To do this, follow these steps:

Open File Explorer and click on the View tab.

Check the box next to Hidden items in the Show/hide section.

Alternatively, you can open the Control Panel and click on Appearance and Personalization.

Then click on File Explorer Options and select the View tab.

Under Advanced settings, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives and click OK.

How to Open WiFi Password.txt

Once you have located the WiFi Password.txt file, you can open it with any text editor such as Notepad or WordPad. To do this, simply double-click on the file or right-click on it and select Open with. You will see something like this:

<xml version="1.0">

<WLANProfile xmlns="">





















The WiFi password is stored in the tag, which is encrypted with a hexadecimal code. To decrypt it, you can use an online tool such as 061ffe29dd


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