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How long has it been since the last Windows reboot?

It’s a handy bit of information to know when the system was last rebooted.

On Windows Server 2008R2,you can find this in the System event log. Open up the management console and go to Diagnostics.

Open Event Viewer|Windows logs. Click on the filter option on the right-hand menu. In this this box,there is a criteria box that says ‘All Event IDs’. Type in 6013 and click OK. The 6013 event ID is something that will appear every 24 hours and will report the number of seconds the operating system has been running. All you have to do is enter that number in your calc program and divide by 3600 to see the number of hours since the last reboot. If it is still quite a large number,divide by 24 to get the number of days.

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