Uptime for the System

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How to See System Uptime in Vista and Windows 7
Synopsis
The system up time will show you how much time your system has been running since the last time the computer had been shutdown or restarted. It can be fun to see who has the longest up time.
How to See System Uptime in Vista and Windows 7

information   Information
The system up time will show you how much time your system has been running since the last time the computer had been shutdown or restarted.

It can be fun to see who has the longest up time.

Note   Note
This can be handy in order to know if and when the system has recovered from a possible power failure or any other issue it might have had.





OPTION ONE
See System "Up Time" Using Task Manager

1. Open the Task Manager.​
NOTE: Right click on the taskbar and click Task Manager, or press Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys.
2. Click on the Performance tab. (see screenshot below)​
3. The current system Up Time is shown under System.​
Task_Manager.jpg






OPTION TWO
See System "Up Time" Using a Command Prompt

1. Open the Start Menu, then copy and paste the command below in the search box and press Enter.​
cmd /k systeminfo | find "System Boot Time"

2. You will now see the system uptime information. (See screenshot below)​
NOTE: It may take a few seconds to display.
Command.jpg

That's it,
Shawn



 
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Comments

You can also click on network icon in system tray, select "Network and Sharing Center", click on "View status", and you will see "Duration: hh:mm:ss". That is your up time, unless of course you disabled and enabled your NIC at some point after you started Windows. :cool:

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