How to Change the IP Address in Windows 11 (Complete + Pictures)

How to Change the IP Address in Windows 11 (Complete + Pictures)

Geekers - .COM - Usually the IP Address is assigned automatically via the DHCP Server. Therefore, we do not need to manually change the IP address that we use in order to exchange information. However, there are times when we want to change the IP address on the computer to make it easier for us to remember.


In general, the activity of changing the IP address is done to control the PC used in one room. That way, the structure will be more tidy and directed. This method is usually done on computers in libraries and so on.



On the Windows operating system itself, there are different ways to change the IP address on a computer. For example, in Windows 7 and 8, you can change the IP address through the control panel menu. And to change the IP address in Windows 11, here I will explain in detail how.


Just follow the steps below to change the IP address in Windows 11. This way you can change it very easily.


How to Change IP Address in Windows 11


To change the IP Address from dynamic to static is very easy. If IP addresses are usually set dynamically and automatically by the DHCP server, now you can change them to make them more structured. Changing the IP Address statically can give you various benefits.



For example, a static IP address will never change, so you can remember it well. Then a static IP address also has high stability. You will not experience such a thing as a limited connection. Because your IP is a specially regulated IP.


Therefore, you must use the method below to receive special treatment for network stability when exchanging information. Here are some steps on how to change the IP Address in Windows 11.


1. Enter the control panel menu by displaying the Run tool. The trick is to click the Windows + R button on your computer keyboard. After that type the control panel command. And click the OK button.


control panel control panel


2. If the control panel window appears, please click the Network and Internet menu.


Changing the IP Address in Windows 11 Through the Control Panel Changing the IP Address in Windows 11 Through the Control Panel


3. After that, in the Network and internet menu, you can click the Network and Sharing center menu.


click network and sharing center click network and sharing center


4. After that, in the Connections section, click the Wifi name that you are using.


click internet used click internet used


5. Then a new window will appear. Click the Details button.


click settings click settings


6. See and record the IP Address that you use on your computer.


How to Change the IP Address in Windows 11 Dynamically How to Change the IP Address in Windows 11 Dynamically


7. After that click the Properties button.


click properties click properties


8. Look at the This connection uses the following items section. Double-click on the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) option.


click internet protocol click internet protocol


9. Then you can click the Use the following IP Address option and fill in the available fields. Examples are IP Address, subnet mask and default gateway. Then also select the Use the following DNS server addresses option. And fill in the preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS servers.


Make sure you fill in the several columns above properly and correctly. If so, then click the OK button.


Changing IP Address in Windows 11 Static Change IP Address in Windows 11 Static


10. If you want to change the IP Address to be dynamic again. So all you need to do is select the Obtain an IP address automatically option and the Obtain DNS server address automatically option. After that click the OK button.


click ok click ok



Those are some of the steps on how to change the IP address in Windows 11. Hopefully you can do the steps above properly and correctly. And hopefully the steps above can provide the best solution for you.

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