We are more computer oriented in these days. Yes we get it. Also, this lockdown period has made us more operational along with our computers. But however have you ever wondered how much you have been using your computer for the last hour or the whole day. Well these kinds of things might come up in your mind sometimes. For those who are trying to understand the electricity bills and trying to save some amount of money are no doubt will have come up with this thoughts. So, how to check your computer running uptime really? Don’t worry we’ve got the easiest way to check the computer running time.
Follow these steps properly for how to check your Computer running uptime:
1.First of all click on the start button at your screen.
2.Now, search for PowerShell. PowerShell is another just like command prompt. If you are wondering what it is don’t worry just follow the steps mentioned and you are good to go.
3.After your search result shows the Windows PowerShell then right click on the PowerShell and run as administrator.
4.Just right click on the PowerShell and you will get these options as shown in the image. Exactly as marked click on the Run as administrator option.
5.Now, windows will pop up a account control window. Now all you have to do is click on Yes option.
6.So, PowerShell will open. Here you will have to paste the exact text given below:
(get-date) – (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime
This is the command that will show you the computer run time. Now, hit enter.
7. Now, PowerShell show you the computer boot time in the section as Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds, milliseconds, Ticks, Total Days and so on. The sample is shown in the image below.
So, that’s it. You can now quit the PowerShell after you had learned How to check your Computer Running uptime on windows 10 PC. If you find it difficult or want to try another methods then check out video on YouTube below: