On Linux operating system, we can use command top to show system statistic, running processes, and uptime. How can we do it on Windows environment?
Using Windows operating system, the similar to top command is net statistics server. Execute this command in command prompt will show summary of Windows system statistic including when the system up for the first time.
1. Go to Run, type cmd, and press Enter.
2. Type net statistics server and press Enter.
Although the system statistics is less detail compared to Linux, at least we can check the time when the computer is started up. There is no detail for how long the computer has been running.
The Linux’s top version is having more detail.