Recover WiFi Password from Windows 10

Using Netsh Command-Line
If you want to manage your Wi-Fi connections without using a 3rd party tool, use the Netsh command-line utility.
Open a Command Prompt window. In Windows 8 and 10, press WinKey + X to access the Power User menu, and click Command Prompt.
Type the following command and press ENTER:
netsh wlan show profiles
This shows the list of Wi-Fi profiles. To view the settings and password for the profile named "Belkin.3783" in the above example:
netsh wlan show profile name="Belkin.3783" key=clear
Look for the line "Key Content" which shows the password in clear-text.
Similarly run the command for every other Wi-Fi profile you want to view the stored password.

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