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    Restart Time

    Restart Time

    How to See What Your Windows Restart Time is
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    How to See What Your Windows Restart Time is


       Information
    This will show you how to see how long in seconds it takes your Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 PC to restart back to the desktop.

    You can also view the startup logs in Event Viewer (C:\Windows\system32\eventvwr.msc) under Applications and Services Logs, Microsoft, Windows, Diagnostics-Performance, and Operational. The logs will be in the middle to show you what ran at startup, how long it took, and more.
       Note
    Credit completely belongs to sidney1st for writing this VBS script.
       Tip
    For fun, post your restart time at this link.





    Here's How:
    1. Click on the download button below to download the Restart-Time.bat or Restart-Time.vbs file, and save it to your desktop.

    Restart-Time.bat

    Download



    OR

    Restart-Time.vbs

    Download


    2. Right click on the downloaded Restart-Time.bat or Restart-Time.vbs file, click on Properties, click on the General tab, click on the Unblock button to unblock the Restart-Time.vbs file. (see screenshots below)

    NOTE: If you do not have a Unblock button, then it is already unblocked. Continue to step 3.
    Restart Time-unblock.jpg
    Restart Time-protect1.jpg Restart Time-protect2.jpg

    3. Run the Restart-Time.bat or Restart-Time.vbs file.

    4. Click on OK to restart the computer. (see screenshot below)
    WARNING: Close and save all windows first. This will immediately restart your computer.

    5. When the computer finishes restarting, you will see your Windows restart time. Click on OK when done. (see screenshot below)

    6. You can now delete the downloaded Restart-Time.bat or Restart-Time.vbs file if you like, or save it somewhere to use again later.

    That's it,
    Shawn





  1. Posts : 2,899
    Windows 7 Ult x64(x2), HomePrem x32(x4), Server 08 (+VM), 08 R2 (VM) , SuSe 11.2 (VM), XP 32 (VM)
       #1

    you should to add to unblock vbs since it would add to the time shown in the restart time...
    just a thought
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  2. Posts : 71,270
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #2

    Good ideal Darkassain. Done.

    Thank you,
    Shawn
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  3. Posts : 14
    Win 7 Pro SP1 and Win XP Pro SP3 32bit
       #3

    Is there a way to make one of these just for boot up time?
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  4. Posts : 71,270
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Hello Seeker, I will forward this to the script author to see if it is possible :)

    Shawn
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  5. Posts : 92
    Windows 7 Home - 64 Bit
       #5

    Brink - Hello! I tried your script to capture "The windows Restart time" for windows 7. I used the snipping tool and I can't see how to paste an image here. I think that You told me that, the "How to was over in thew Vista 64 forum." Could you assist me with that. Thank You - Patrick C
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  6. Posts : 4,282
    Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
       #6

    Use the advanced option on your post, then select the paperclip to attach your image and once you have uploaded it close that window and select the paperclip again and your image to place the image in the post.
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  7. Posts : 14
    Win 7 Pro SP1 and Win XP Pro SP3 32bit
       #7

    Thanks


    Brink said:
    Hello Seeker, I will forward this to the script author to see if it is possible :)

    Shawn
    I'm just curious,because I tried boot trace with perf toolkit and that didn,t work for me,and of course bootvis doesn't work either.
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  8. Posts : 71,270
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #8

    Seeker,

    I have not heard anything back yet, but if you make sure you have nothing running when you restart the computer each time, then the shutdown time only adds a few seconds to the total restart time to make it pretty accurate for the boot time.
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  9. Posts : 15,804
    7 X64
       #9

    Hi Patrick,

    To post a jpeg, click the Go Advanced button at the bottom of the thread page and follow step 8 onward of this tutorial

    How to use the Snipping Tool in Vista - Vista Forums

    Hope it helps

    SIW2
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