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    Default View Windows System Uptime or Boot Time using systeminfo

    You can view your system uptime or in other words for how long your system has been started by follwing the below given steps. This tutorial doesnot require any 3rd party tool to check your system time.
    When Windows has gathered the data, the System Uptime can be found near the top of the report. For Windows XP it is very easy to find out -
    • Select Start > Run
    • In the Run Box: box type cmd and press OK
    • At the command prompt type systeminfo

    you will get the screen like one below



    The highlighted entry shows your system up time, if you look at the screen above you will find a lot of other relevant information of your computer.
    The other information includes-

    Host Name:
    OS Name:
    OS Version:
    OS Manufacturer:
    OS Configuration:
    OS Build Type:
    Registered Owner:
    Registered Organization:
    Product ID:
    Original Install Date:
    System Up Time:
    System Manufacturer:
    System Model:
    System type:
    Processor(s):
    BIOS Version:
    Windows Directory:
    System Directory:
    Boot Device:
    System Locale:
    Input Locale:
    Time Zone:
    Total Physical Memory:
    Available Physical Memory:
    Virtual Memory: Max Size:
    Virtual Memory: Available:
    Virtual Memory: In Use:
    Page File Location(s):
    Domain:
    Logon Server:
    Hotfix(s):

    Note: In XP, the command systeminfo can be used only in Windows XP Pro, You can copy the systeminfo.exe from Windows XP Pro to Windows XP Home (place it in \Windows\System32), it will run fine on XP Home.

    More ways to find system uptime in Windows 10.


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    ^ there is no such restriction, Systeminfo command also works with Windows Vista and Windows 7 Perfectly.

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    Very useful information. However, I cannot see System Uptime entry in my result.

    I'm using Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 btw.

    By jksnts


    Thank you!
    Last edited by jksnts; 5th August 2009 at 05:01.

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    ^^ so we got a new update that this command is not useful foe viewing uptime in Windows Vista Home Premium SP1.

    It is showing System Boot Time which is the date and time at which the computer booted.

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