How to Find Your Computer's IP Address
Any computer connected to a network is assigned an IP address, which is a number that identifies that computer on the network. Your computer is assigned an IP address regardless of the network type you use, whether it's a wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) connection. It is important that you know your IP address if you have issues with your Internet connection and need to contact technical support.
Open the Start menu, then click "Control Panel."
Click the "View network status and tasks" link under the "Network and Internet" section.
Click the "Change adapter settings" link on the left side of the window.
Right-click the connection you want to find an IP address for (Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection), then click "Status."
Click the "Details..." button. Your IP address is listed after the "IPv4 Address" label.