This post shows you how to check uptime on Windows 10, Android, and iPhone. Let’s begin.
Note: What is uptime? It’s the time your device is running.
How to Check the Windows 10 Uptime
Follow any of the methods below to check your Windows 10 PC uptime.
Navigate to the “Performance” tab.
Hit “CPU” if it isn’t selected.
You can see the uptime of your PC beneath “Up time.” It’s in the order of days, hours, minutes, and seconds.
Launch Command Prompt.
Type in the following command and hit the “Enter” key. This is the command: systeminfo
Subtract the current date and time with the date and time besides “System Boot Time.”
Enter the following command and press the “Enter” key. This is the command: (get-date) – (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUptime
You can see the uptime of your computer. It’s in the order of Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds, and Milliseconds.
How to Check Android Uptime
I’m using Google Pixel 4a (Android 12) here. Here’s how to check Android uptime:
Launch the Settings app and hit “About phone.”
Scroll down to the bottom. You can view the uptime of your Android device beneath “Up time.”
- You can find this information using third-party apps such as CPU-Z.
- Remember, a restart or shut down reset uptime.
How to Check iPhone Uptime
I’m using iPhone X (iOS 15.3) here. Here are the steps:
Open System Status: hw monitor app.
In the “System Uptime” section, you’ll see your iPhone uptime next to “Uptime.”
Note: Remember, a restart or shut down reset uptime.
Thanks for reading.