How to find out system uptime in Windows 10

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Want to know when your Windows system was last restarted? Or do you want to know how long your system has been up and running? Here we have mentioned 4 simple methods to find out your system uptime on Windows 10.

Method 1: Find out system uptime in Windows using Task Manager

Step 1: Right-click on the file Application bar. Click on Task Manager in the context menu to open the file Task manager window.



Step 2: Click on Performance tab in the Task Manager window and select the file processor option at the top left of the panel. Check the system UpTime mentioned at the bottom of the window.

Based on the image above, my PC has been running for more than 1 day.

Method 2: Find the system uptime with Windows Powershell

Step 1: print Windows key + X together and open the context menu. From the menu select Windows PowerShell (administrator). Click Yes at the UAC prompt to go to the PowerShell window.

Step 2: Type the following command and press Log in:

(get-date) - (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem) .LastBootUpTime

You can now view uptime details that list the days, hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds your system was powered on and up.

Method 3: Find out the system uptime using the network settings

Step 1: Click the start button and type Network connections in the search box. Click on the result - View network connections.




Step 2: Once the Network connections the window opens, select the active connection. In this case, Wi-Fi it is an active connection. Now, right-click on the active connection and click State.


Step 3: Find the Duration field below Connections under the in State window. This field shows the total connection time of the network. This is the same as the system uptime.

Method 4: find out the system uptime using command prompt

Step 1: print Tasto Windows + R together on the keyboard to open the file Run box. Types cmd in the box to open the file Symbol of the system.

Step 2: At the command prompt, type the following command and press Log in.

systeminfo | find "System Boot Time"

Subtract the last start time found in the command prompt from the current time on your PC to find out how many days, hours and minutes your system has been running.

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