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How to easily find Windows UptimeYou probably know that Windows Taskmanager as of Windows 7 shows the uptime on the Performance tab as can be seen in the next image:
TaskManager on Windows Server 2012R2 showing the uptime in a red box.
You can even start a graphical version of taskmanager on a Core Server by typing taskmgr on the command prompt.
You can also use the command prompt on all Windows operating systems to get the last power on or reboot time with the command:
net statistics serverIt will show you the following information:
Server Statistics for \\NLAALDC2 Statistics since 11-5-2014 18:37:02 Sessions accepted 6 Sessions timed-out 5 Sessions errored-out 5 Kilobytes sent 1186 Kilobytes received 19 Mean response time (msec) 0 System errors 0 Permission violations 0 Password violations 0 Files accessed 2238 Communication devices accessed 0 Print jobs spooled 0 Times buffers exhausted Big buffers 0 Request buffers 0 The command completed successfully.
If you only want this information, you can easily filter for this using:
net statistics server | findstr /c:"Statistics since"
On a desktop or notebook you can use:
net statistics workstationSince version 6 of Powershell there is a command to get the uptime Get-Uptime.
Get-Uptime Days : 9 Hours : 0 Minutes : 9 Seconds : 45 Milliseconds : 0 Ticks : 7781850000000 TotalDays : 9.00677083333333 TotalHours : 216.1625 TotalMinutes : 12969.75 TotalSeconds : 778185 TotalMilliseconds : 778185000
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