When did you last start your PC??

Find out for how long your brother/sister has been sitting on the computer! In other words, find your computer’s uptime!

System Uptime: The number of hours a computer has been running since its last restart.

For Windows XP

Follow the steps below to find your system’s uptime:

  • Open Notepad on your windows computer
  • Copy and Paste the following code into Notepad
  • @echo.
    @systeminfo | @find “System Up Time:”
    @echo.
    @pause

System uptime code

  • Now save the notepad file as uptime.bat onto your desktop or anywhere else.
  • Close the Notepad now and open uptime.bat by double clicking the file.
    Hint: The file will have an icon of a yellow gear on a white background.
    System uptime code
  • A black command window will open up. Wait for a few seconds and then it will start loading some information.System Uptime loading
  • Then you will see the system uptime in days and hours.System Uptime Report

For Windows Vista & Windows 7

Follow the steps below to find system uptime in Windows vista/Windows 7:

  • Press ctrl+shift+esc or ctrl+alt+delete. The Windows Task Manager will open up
  • Go to Performance tab
  • You will find System Uptime under the System category.

System Uptime for Win 7 & Vista

Author: Ayush Mittal

Co-Founder, Admin at TrickVilla, am a tech enthusiast. I am into programming, web-designing and developing.

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