Wi-Fi is a wireless network that provides Internet access. The acronym stands for Wireless Fidelity. Access to this network is often password protected, which owners often forget.
To find out the password for Wi-Fi on a computer that is already connected to the network, you must right-click on the network connection and select "Network Control Center". A large window will open in which you need to find the link "Manage wireless networks" (in the menu on the left). Select the Internet connection you need, right-click on it and select "Properties". Go to the tab called "Security" and check the box next to "Display Symbols". Then, in the "Security Key" field, the password from the Wi-Fi will be displayed.
If your computer does not have the ability to manage wireless networks, then use the next method. With the available connections window open, right-click on the object you are looking for, and then select Properties. Then proceed by analogy: on the "Security" tab, allow to show the entered characters and find out the password from the WiFi.
If your computer is not connected to Wi-Fi, then you will have to use a power cord. As a rule, it comes with a router (if not, then borrow from friends or buy). Open any browser (Mozilla, Explorer, Opera, Chrome) and type 192.168.1.1 in the address bar. In the window that opens, enter the word "admin" instead of the login and password. Then go to the Wireless menu, select the Wireless Security item and find the PSK Password line, where the desired password will be displayed.