Right-click on the Start button and select Command Prompt from the menu
Type in "ipconfig /all" and press Enter. Your network configurations will display
Scroll down to your network adapter and look for the values next to "Physical Address," which is your MAC address
Press the Windows Start key to open the Start Menu
In the search box, type "cmd" and press enter
In the Command Prompt type "ipconfig /all" and press enter
The MAC address will be listed next to "Physical Address"
Open the Windows Command Prompt by clicking on the start menu and typing "cmd" in the search box and pressing enter
In the Command Prompt, type "getmac" and press enter
The MAC address will be listed under "Physical Address"
Turn on your Chromebook
Click the status area, where your account picture appears
Click the section that says Connected to (and the name of your network)
At the top of the box that appears, pick your network
In the window that opens, the MAC address is the Hardware address
Open System Preferences
In the left-hand pane, select the name of the network to which you are currently connected
Click Advanced in the lower right corner
At the bottom of the windows, the device's MAC address will be listed next to "Wi-Fi address"