Know Your Coumputer Uptime: How Do You Know Your Computer Uptime?
Do you know how long has your computer is running? You can easily know or find the total up-time of your computer. This page contains information related to know the total running time of your computer.
Steps to know your compute uptime:
To know your compute total uptime , follow the following steps:
Step 1: Click on the Start menu and then click on Run.
Step 2: Type the command cmd in the Run text box and hit Enter key of your keyboard. Now, you will see a command prompt window will be appeared.
Step 3: Type the command systeminfo in the command prompt and hit Enter key.
Step 4: Now, wait for a few seconds. You will see several information there. Scroll down the information list and go to the line that says System Up Time. There you will find total sustem up time in days, hours, minutes and seconds
Note: This command works only Windows XP Professional. If you are using Windows XP Home edition, the above procedure and command will not be working. Moreover, if you type the command net statistics workstation in the command prompt in Home, you may see these type of information in the first line. There you will find the day and time that the computer came online.
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