Regardless of the device and software that you’re running, you should navigate to your WiFi or Ethernet settings to find your IP address. Here’s a list of how to do that on four separate kinds of devices, but if you don’t see your specific make and model, digging into your internet settings should get you there.
There’s also a pretty cool Google shortcut. Just click this link and Google will display your IP address at the top of the search results page. Next time around, just type “What is my IP” into Google search and you’ll get the same result. Otherwise…
On a Mac: Apple menu > System Preferences > Network > Select either WiFi or Ethernet, depending on your connection > your IP address is displayed in the open window, right beneath the status of your connection.
On a PC running Windows 10: On the task bar, select WiFi or Ethernet > click on the network you’re currently connected to > select Properties > your IP address is listed next to “IPv4 address.”
On an Android smartphone or tablet: Settings > Wireless & Networks (or “Network & Internet” on Pixel devices) > select the WiFi network that you’re connected to > Your IP address is displayed alongside other network information.
On an iPhone/iPad: Settings > WiFi > tap the arrow next to your network name > your IP address is displayed to the right of “IP address.”