1. Open the Command Prompt.

a. Click the Start icon, type command prompt into the search bar and press click the Command Prompt icon.

command prompt icon in start menu

2. Type ipconfig/all and press Enter.

3. The IP Address will display along with other LAN details.

command prompt ip address

Find your IP Address on Windows 10:  Using the Control Panel

1. Click the Start button, type in control panel, then click the Control Panel icon.

control panel icon in start menu

2. Click Network and Internet when the Control Panel opens.

network and internet tab in the control panel

3. Select Network and Sharing Center.

network and sharing center button in the control panel

4. Click the Change adapter settings link, located on the left.

change adapter settings button in the control panel

5. Double-click Ethernet.

network connections window

6. Click Details, located under the Connection section for the Local Area Connection Status.

ethernet status window

7. Scroll down until you find the IPv4 Address.

network connection details window