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.
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.
What command will show the amount of time Linux has been up and running? The uptime command in Linux is used for finding how long the Linux system has been up and running. This will show you a single line of output that shows the current time, the uptime (in days and hours), the number of users currently logged on to the system, and the load average.
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.