Sometimes you want to know how long the PC is on without restarting it. This means you want to know what the system uptime is. This is important for users who manage the system or especially if you want to check how long the computer is running. With the steps below, you can easily determine system uptime in Windows 10.
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Step 1 - Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the task manager.
Now in the task manager, click on the file performance Tongue.
The uptime is now displayed on this tab as enclosed in a colored box in the image above.
Note that the last field is the seconds, the following fields are the next minutes and hours.
This is the simplest way to view uptime in Windows 10.
Let's see how to view the computer uptime via CMD.
In this method, you can use CMD to find out how long your laptop is running. Note that this does not show the total uptime, but it does show the time the computer was started and has been running ever since.
Step 1 - Press key Windows + r to open the run box.
Now, type cmd and hit enter.
Step 2 - Once the black cmd screen opens, type network statistics server on it and hit enter.
Step 3: In the next result, find the line that says statistics from ——-. Next to it, the date and time when the computer was started and run without restarting or shutting down is displayed.
This way you can easily see your PC's last uptime. You can choose one of the methods according to your needs or ease of use.