Simple utility that displays the IP Address(es) currently allocated the users computer
ipAddress is a simple utility that displays the IP Address(es) currently allocated the users computer. Keep it 'Always on Top' if you want. Change the background colour. Copy your IP address to the clipboard.
When you use the internet, your computer has a unique number which identifies your computer to other computers on the internet. This unique number is known as the computer's IP (Internet Protocol) Address.
For most people, when they connect to the Internet, their ISP (Internet Service Provider) automatically allocates an IP address for the duration of that connection.
There are times when we need to know what IP Address the ISP has allocated to our computer. This can be difficult and irritating to find. So now there is a simple, free application to take the hassle out of it all.
ipAddress is a simple application written for Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT 4 / 2000. ipAddress was written because a lot of people were asking how to determine the IP Address of their computer. There are other ways to do it, by using the command prompt etc, but people wanted an easier way.
ipAddress displays the current IP Address(es) of your computer in a floating window which can be resized and set to be always on top if you want. You can also change the background colour to make ipAddress fit in with your personal preference of colour schemes.
The latest version of ipAddress includes an option to copy the IP Address to the Windows clipboard so that you can paste it into another application.
ipAddress is freeware.
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