How to View Installed Certificates in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

Digital certificates are files that contain personal information, such as data or access credentials. In Windows 10, it is usual that we have installed several digital certificates over time. When we do this, they are installed in a secure section within this operating system, for when it has to be used. In many cases, we don’t know how many we have installed.

So you may have an interest at a certain point in know how many digital certificates you have installed in Windows 10. It is possible to check this in a way that is not complicated, as we will show you below. We only have to follow a few steps in the operating system.

How to View Installed Certificates in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

In Windows 10, we have a certificate manager, which is where all of them are kept. So if we want to see them at a certain time, all we have to do is open that manager, and we will have access to them. To access this administrator, we will simply use a command in the search bar.

We just have to enter certlm.msc in the search bar. We will get a result that matches, and we will then have access to this certificate manager that is in the operating system. Pretty fast, as you can see since, in a few seconds, we are in it.

Here we will be able to see all the digital certificates that are installed in Windows 10. As you can see, the administrator organizes everything into categories, so that it is easy to be able to locate a specific certificate, in case we are looking for it. We will not have problems when navigating in this administrator.

In this certificate manager in Windows 10, you can see them all, also delete a certificate if you want. So if you need to manage something in this case, you will have no problems, and you can do everything directly in it. Have you ever used this administrator before?