How do I get uptime command?
- Select “Start“.
- Type “cmd“, then press “Enter“.
- Type “net statistics workstation“, then press “Enter“.
- Toward the top of the output, there is a line that says “Statistics Since…” that will show the time the computer last came online.
How do I view uptime? Right-click the Windows taskbar and select Task Manager. Once Task Manager is open, click the Performance tab. Under the Performance tab, you will find the label Uptime.
What is system uptime in Linux? Uptime is a command that returns information about how long your system has been running together with the current time, number of users with running sessions, and the system load averages for the past 1, 5, and 15 minutes. It can also filter the information displayed at once depending on your specified options.
How can you find out how long the system has been running? At the command prompt, type: net stats srv then hit Enter. You’ll see the line Statistics Since – this shows the date and time that your system has been running. This example is from my Windows Home Server. Quite the difference.