System Uptime is a tech term that refers to how long a system has been “up” and running without a shutdown or restart. It’s really easy to find out system up time in windows 10 with GUI and CLI.
Open the Task manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and select “Task manager” or either press Ctrl+Alt+Del and select “task manager”.
Navigate to “performance” tab, here you will get the System uptime.
Open the command prompt by pressing windows key + R and enter “cmd” and enter the command “net stats srv” without quotes. It will show you your windows uptime. subtract this value with your current time.
Note:- I have written a post for people looking for the task manager shortcut?, do read it If you are interested.
Open the Powershell by search PowerShell in the start menu and enter the below command:-
(get-date) – (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime
Also Check:- How to Add Recycle Bin to This PC in Windows 10
Hope my article “How to Find out System Uptime in Windows 10” helps. if you have any query, feel free to comment.