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How to Find the MAC Address of Your Computer 

A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a number that identifies the network adapter(s) installed on your computer. The address is composed of up to 6 pairs of characters, separated by colons. To find your MAC address on a system with a network connection, use one of the following methods.

Windows 7 (and Vista)

1. Click the Start Orb at the bottom left of your screen

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2. Type ncpa.cpl into the search box and press Enter

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3. Right Click you Local Area Connection and select Status

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4. Click Details and the Physical Address is your MAC Address

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Windows 8.1 & 10

1. Right Click Start Window at the bottom left of your screen

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2. Click on Network Connections

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3. Right click on Ethernet (same as Local Area Connection above) and follow from Step 3 above.

Apple (Macintosh)

1. Click on the Magnifying Glass in the top right corner to open Spotlight

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2. In the search box type Network Utility. When Network Utility application is shown, click on it to open it

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3. The Hardware Address is the MAC Address

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