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Find Out When Your Computer Was Turned on With TurnedOnTimesView

Would you like to know what time your computer was turned on? Here is how you can view dates as well as times that your computer was turned on. It may be useful, for example, to know if your computer has been turned on without your knowledge.

TurnedOnTimesView is a little, standalone utility from Nirsoft that lets you view the time that the computer was turned on. It shows Startup Time, Shutdown Time, Duration, Shutdown Reason, Shutdown Type, Shutdown Process, and Shutdown Code.

TurnedOnTimesView analyses the event log of your computer (local or remote PC) and detects the time ranges that your computer was turned on.

This utility quite simple to use. Download and unzip the content. Run TurnedOnTimesView exe file. It’ll looks system event log and bring the information. If you clear your system event log, it will not be able to detect the shutdown/startup times.

It works on all Windows versions (Windows XP through Windows 8) and both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. You can download the tool free from developer’s website here.


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