How to check last reboot on Windows Server

1. Use the System Event Log

You can use the System Event Log to find out when was the last reboot of Windows Server. This procedure is quite simple as the only important thing is to single out one Event.

Follow these steps to see when was the last reboot via the System Event Log utility:

  1. Open Event Viewer from the Start menu.
  2. In the far right pane, select Create Custom View.
  3. Under the Log drop-down menu, choose Windows Logs.
  4. Under the <All Event IDs> add just 6009.

 5Create a custom view.
 6Now you can see all the times your PC was rebooted since the system was installed which is a great feature.

2. Use Command Prompt

Alternatively, you can use a certain Command Prompt command to check when was the last time a Windows Server reboot occurred. You can also check the up-time of your Server with a similar command.

Follow these steps to check the last reboot via the Command Prompt:

  1. Open Command Prompt as an administrator.
  2. In the command line, copy-paste the following command and press Enter:
    systeminfo | find /i “Boot Time”

You should see the last time your PC was rebooted.

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