How do I find out my computer's local IP address?


  1. Click on the Start menu and type cmd.

  2. Click "cmd" in Start menu panel. 'Command Prompt' will open.

  3. In command prompt, type ipconfig and press enter.

  4. Look for "IPv4 Address." The number across from that text is your local IP address. (It should look something like XX.XX.XX.XX)


  1. In the top left of your screen, click the Apple logo.

  2. Select, "System Preferences"

  3. Within "System Preferences," click on the icon labeled "Network."

  4. You should see a few options on the left with labels like Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, etc.

  5. Use the set of numbers next to "IP"


How Do I Find My Username?


  1. Click on the Start menu and type cmd. When you see the cmd applications in Start menu panel, click it or just press enter.

  2. A command line window will open. Type whoami and press enter.

  3. Your exact username will be displayed


  1. Open System Preferences (via the Apple menu at the top left-hand corner of your screen).

  2. When System Preferences opens, click on the icon labeled Accounts

  3. Your exact user name is as it appears in the left-hand side o the menu screen

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