Operating System Uptime!

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    tommy_boi

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    Does anyone know how to view the system uptime since your last reboot in windows vista premium, i saw it before on my mates computer which had windows vista ultimate but cant remember where i saw it now?.
     
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    Are you talking about the reliability monitor chart?

    Click here
     
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    I dont think that is it but i can have a look at it to see if it gives the same info, how do you use it as i dont really understand the instructions?.
     
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    Type MMC in the search box - > File -> ADD Remove Snap In -> Find Reliability Monitor - > click ok
     
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    Thanks for that, but it's not what i'm looking for as it doesn't say how long the system as been up for, for example (2days 15hrs etc) i did see it somewhere and i cant see it anywhere now, and the gadget you can get which shows the uptime is always incorrect figures.
     
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    Hiya,



    You want good old Task Manager, on the Performance tab it shows Up Time in the System box. Don't know if it appears anywhere else.



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