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Boot time

Posted by luis_pr (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 8, 12 at 21:40

Is there a way to tell when a Windows 7 HP Laptop booted last by looking at one of the files or inquiring in a window? I mean be able to see say, a date and time?

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RE: Boot time

Uptime it's called,

You can open the Task manager, click performance, look for uptime that will indicate how long the computer's been running since last reboot, no date included.

RE: Boot time

Go to the control panel, administrative tools, event viewer, times of start up and shut down will be in the logs there and it will show red flags for problems.

RE: Boot time

Lots of places have it..

RE: Boot time


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