How to find and change your IP address on a Windows device
Your IP address is a crucial element of your internet connection. It acts as a unique identifier for your device on the internet, allowing it to send and receive data.
There are various reasons you might want to change your IP address, whether it's for troubleshooting network issues, enhancing security, or accessing region-restricted content.
Whatever reason you want to do this is entirely up to you, and contrary to the popular misconception, changing your IP address is not illegal. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to get this done.
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