What is your uptime?

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  1. MasterChief

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    Uptime is howlong an operating system has been running without been restarted.

    Windows Vista / 7 users can look in task manager under the performance tab to see the systems uptime. Linux and OSX users can simply type uptime in to the terminal.

    Lets see who's system has been up the longest:

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    Yeah 1 day!!! 1:03:46:26

    Though this is a bad time to do uptime requests, we just had the monthly Windows Updates, which required a restart ;)
     
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    My router (Asus WL-520GU) flashed with the Tomato firmware:

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    My Acer Revo Nettop that lives behind the TV in my room, running XBMC for Linux

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    As you can probably guess the last time we had a powercut was 128 days ago ;)

    Windows PC: 1 day, 22 hours and 33 minutes... As Nimrod mentions Windows PC's are never going to get much past 30 days because of Windows update.
     
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    is they a way to tell with xp?
     
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    I think you can type systeminfo in to command prompt, after it has loaded all the information look for systemuptime or uptime.
     
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    David-Learmonts-iMac:~ davelearmont$ uptime
    12:42 up 12 days, 20:16, 2 users, load averages: 0.63 0.40 0.29
    David-Learmonts-iMac:~ davelearmont$

    12 Days? (I think)
    Boom.
     
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    (2 days, 1 hours, 7 min, 46 sec)
     
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    XBMC Nettop:

    matty@XBMC:~$ uptime
    09:12:21 up 170 days, 23:06, 1 user, load average: 0.25, 0.23, 0.12

    PC:

    7 days, 9 hours, 7 min, 10 seconds
     

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