How to Check Last Reboot Time in Windows 11

Since Windows is used by businesses, its users are usually more tech-savvy and interested in the smallest details of how it works. One interesting thing to know is how to find out when the last time Windows rebooted was or how to schedule a reboot.

We made sure to tell you how to do those things below.

Check the Task Manager’s uptime

Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager.

Go to Performance tab and click on CPU.

The Up time will show since when was your last reboot.

Use the System Event Log

Type Event Viewer in your Windows search bar and select Run as Administrator.

On the right-pane, click Create Custom View.

Under Event logs, select Windows Logs.

Under <All Event IDs> enter 6009.

A new window will pop-up, rename it however you want and press OK.

Use Command Prompt

Open Command Prompt as an administrator.

Copy-paste the following command and press Enter.

systeminfo | find /i “Boot Time”


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