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Windows last boot time

You can find the time windows was last rebooted on your computer using systeminfo or wmic commands. Both the commands are explained below.

Using Systeminfo:

You can run the below command to find the Windows boot time.

systeminfo | findstr /C:"System Boot Time"

The above command works on Windows 7. If you are using Windows XP, then you need to run a slightly different command.

systeminfo | findstr /C:"System Up Time"

Example:

c:\>systeminfo | findstr /C:"System Boot Time"
System Boot Time:          1/29/2012, 4:54:04 PM

Using WMIC:

We can find the boot time using wmic os command.

c:\>wmic os get lastBootUpTime
LastBootUpTime
20120129165404.109999+330
c:\>

WMIC command shows the time up to milliseconds.

5 comments… add one
  • dee

    You can also use the NET STATISTICS SERVER command. Look for the line “Statistics since …..” after running it.

    • rob

      Been using Windows since 3.11. I wish I knew this years ago!

    • admin

      ‘net statistics server’ does not match what systeminfo shows.

      C:\>NET STATISTICS SERVER
      Server Statistics for \\mypc
      Statistics since 7/31/2015 7:04:41 PM
      
      C:\>NET STATISTICS workstation
      Workstation Statistics for \\mypc
      Statistics since 7/31/2015 7:04:31 PM
      
      C:\>systeminfo | findstr /C:"System Boot"
      System Boot Time:          8/4/2015, 1:13:56 PM
  • Tom

    If the service “Server” is running. On all of my client computers Server is disabled.

  • IV
    net statistics workstation

    Works too..

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