Powershell: Determine when I launched machine

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I use Windows 10 / Linux all of the time at my job. Now, when I'm in Linux, I'm able to see when I launched my machine and for how long I've been on. Can I do this in Windows 10 / Powershell?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Is there any specific reason to use powershell for this purpose? There are several easy ways to know that. Assuming you asked for system uptime of windows 10. For this purpose, you can use Event viewer, which is a built-in tool that can be helpful. You can open task manager and click performance tab and then click CPU. ;Here you can see uptime of the system. They are more easy ways to check that same instead of using powershell. Or you can download a free and very simple tool to check the same, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/computer_turned_on_times.html
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