Find Out the Local IP Address in Windows 10

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    One of the easiest ways to find out our IP address is to right-click the lower left-hand corner of the screen
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    Then, we click either "Command Prompt" or "Command Prompt (Admin)"
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    For this tutorial, we will click "Command Prompt (Admin)".
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    When Command Prompt opens, we need to simply type "ipconfig /all"
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    After we press "Enter", we will have all of the information about our IP configuration
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    To find the local IP address, we need to scroll up and look for the "IPv4 Address"
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    In this case, it's 192.168.0.18.
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