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Uses WMI To Check Windows 7 Last Boot Time In WMIC

You might have read my previous post on how to use WMIC to check memory related information in Windows system.

Without installing 3rd-party utility or open up chassis, WMIC can tell you how many RAM slots already in used and how many memory slots are available for RAM upgrade.

Here is another useful WMIC command example, using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to check the last boot up time of Windows 7.

Open Command Prompt window and execute this (case insensitive):
wmic OS get LastBootUpTime



Of course, this trick is applicable to other Windows OS, as long as the WMIC is installed. If I recall correctly, WMIC is available in these “obsolete” Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2003.

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