• DOS Command for System Boot Time or System Up Time

    Posted on August 15, 2013 by in Application Packaging, Desktop Engineering

    During troubleshooting Windows desktops we come across a need to verify if the system has rebooted. Below are the commands we use in XP as well as in Windows Vista/7.

    In Windows XP operating Systems, we can get System Up Time.

    1. Type CMD in the run command
    2. in the command prompt type
       systeminfo | find "System Up Time" 

      Please note that the command is  “System Up Time” is Case Sensitive.

     

    In Windows Vista/ Windows 7 operating Systems, we get System Boot Time.

    1. Type CMD in the run command
    2. In the command prompt type
       systeminfo | find "System Boot Time" 

      Please note that the command is  “System Boot Time” is Case Sensitive.

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