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T-Clock's uptime format

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what does your customized advanced clock format look like?

It's quite possible that Windows 10's fast-boot messes things up a bit.. so if you open an cmd.exe window and run ' systeminfo ' it might show a different "System Boot Time" than expected.

Steve Bunnell:
Yes - You are right, I restarted my computer as soon as I read your response and then ran systeminfo and it shows start time as 10:49 PM on 8/14/2018 - should be 2:20 PM 8/15/2018. Is there anything I can do for this?

T-Clock's uptime format"[- "hh:nn:ss AM/PM" -]""[SYS-UP   =   "Sa"]"\n"["dde mme dd,yyyy"]""[DOY="DOY"  Wk#="Wu"]

SBunnellT-Clock's uptime format

Well, I don't think there's anything you could do right now, other than disabling fast-boot if you want Windows to always do a full boot without caching.

I'll have to figure out some other way to calculate the uptime, I guess Task Manager is able to do it. Though it might use an undocumented Windows API like NtQuerySystemInformation()


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