If you are a regular user of Windows on your PC then you must have experience situations where you have to restart your PC due to numerous reasons. Maybe because you updated any existing software, installed a new one, or if you had downloaded recent updates as recommended by Microsoft, your PC needs a reboot to make things in action. Well sometimes your PC may froze up and leave you with no other choice then to reboot it, but that is quite comical now as stability rate of Windows has improved ever since.
If you want to keep a check on date and time that when you rebooted your PC last time maybe because you are weak on memory or maybe because you want to know if any reboot happened to properly check the implementation of any new update or software you downloaded, you can get a look at it by following these easy steps:
Step 1: Open the Command Prompt. You can reach it through several traditional ways. If you are using Windows 8.x or above you can open it from the Charms Bar. Key to it is Windows Key + C. Search for Command Prompt. Open the top most result
Step 2: In Command Prompt enter this command: systeminfo | find /I “Boost Time” (We recommend copy pasting it to avoid any typos)
Step 3: Within couple of seconds Command Prompt will display the required date and time when your PC was last rebooted
There is another way from where you can check your last reboot time and that is from Windows Task Manager. Open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc and click on Performance tab. Look for Up Time at the bottom of the window showing since how long the Windows is running. You can calculate the exact time by taking difference from current time.