The wi-fi password is something which is often unused. Once you connect all your devices to your wi-fi system and they connect automatically from next time on. But one day you choose to reboot one of them and now it requires logging into the Wi-Fi network again and this require the password.
However, due to unused the password has been forgotten. Not to worry, because if you are a MacBook Pro user there is a feature using which you can find out the password of the Wi-Fi network your PC is connected to. Follow these steps to find your Wi-Fi password using your MacBook Pro:
Open up ‘Spotlight’ by clicking the ‘Magnifying Glass Icon’ on the top right corner of your screen.
Search for ‘Keychain Access’ and open the application.
In the Keychain Access dialog box type in the name of your ‘Wi-Fi Network’ in the ‘Search Bar’.
‘Double Click’ on the ‘Wi-Fi System’ which has appeared in the Keychain Access search results and in the dialog box which opens tick the box which says ‘Show Password’.
You will be asked to enter your ‘Keychain Password’, however what you need to enter is your ‘Administrator Password’
Once you enter this password the password for the selected Wi-Fi network will be made visible in the keychain access dialog box.
And now you have successfully found out the password for your Wi-Fi network. Use this feature to figure out the password of any Wi-Fi network which your MacBook can automatically connect to. Keep in mind that the PC needs to be connected to the Wi-Fi network in order to figure out the password.