Changing your Wi-Fi password may seem like a hassle, but it can be a huge help to you in the long run. if you have a neighbor that knows you a bit too well, they might wind up gaining access to your network and killing your own speeds. This can lead to you or others in your household getting frustrated and hurting your overall quality of life. Changing your wi-fi password every now and then is never a bad idea and as long as you keep it in a secure location, shouldn’t cause you any problems.
Changing your password
The first step in changing it is to access your router’s configuration page through a browser. If you don’t know the password, you can connect an Ethernet cable to the router and get access to it that way.
You can also open up a command prompt and type ipconfig, or reset the router by holding the reset button on it and look up the default address to enter that in the browser. Enter the username and password for the router and open up your Wireless settings. It could be under Wireless or Wireless Settings/Setup and then open up the password section. You can change the password here and it’s a good idea to make it at least eight characters with numbers and special cases.
As you can see, it’s extremely easy to change your Wi-Fi password. There’s very little hassle involved if you just follow our above steps.