Uptime

Geeky but fun question – how long has it been since you’ve restarted your computer? (If you’re a Mac user, the best way to find out is to open up the “Terminal” program inside your Applications > Utilities folder and type “uptime” without the quotes, then press return. Shazam.)

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    10 days on my work computer.

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    In windoze its:

    cmd /k systeminfo | find “System Boot Time”

    Takes a second but my displays:
    System Boot Time: 11/12/2008, 3:09:46 AM

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    3d 0h 27m on my MacBook Pro.

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    Silly. You open terminal by accessing Quicksilver…

    5 days.

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    4 days on my MacBook Pro.

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    9 days on my laptop.

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    earlier today, but about a week before that

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    usually once every 7-10 days on the MacBook Pro.

    at least once a week on the Dell XP laptop.

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    There’s an uptime app included in Win2K tools and exists by default in 2K3. Works in XP.

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    21 days on my iMac – I believe im winning atm!!

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    2 hours. As a matter of fact I don’t see much point in leaving it on when I’m not using it.

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    Ha. I just find out you can get it by clicking the “more info” button in the “about this mac” menu. Shazzamier.

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    maybe one hour ago…

    but before, something around 1month…
    LINUX cuz reboot is to change hardware xD

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