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Hvordan finner du ut om Windows kjørte på en gitt tid?

Hvordan finner du ut om Windows kjørte på en gitt tid?

Geoffrey Carr

Det kan være tider når du lurer på om noe gjøres med, eller til datamaskinen uten din kunnskap, men er det en enkel måte å finne ut hva som skjer mens du er borte? Med dette i bakhodet viser dagens SuperUser Q & A-innlegg en leser hvordan han overvåker datamaskinens aktivitet.

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SuperUser leser ePezhman vil vite hvordan du finner ut hva Windows gjorde på et bestemt tidspunkt:

With Windows 7/8/10, is there a way to find out if the computer was running at a particular or given time? For example, was the computer running or turned off last night around 10:00 p.m.?

Hvordan finner du ut hva Windows gjorde på et gitt tidspunkt?

Svaret

SuperUser-bidragsyter Monomeeth har svaret for oss:

You can use the Windows Event Viewer to do this. To start the Event Viewer in Windows 7:

  • Click the Start Button
  • Click on Control Panel
  • Click on System and Security (or Maintenance)
  • Click on Administrative Tools
  • Double-click the Event Viewer

In Windows 8 and 10, you can open the Event Viewer with the Windows Key+X+V keyboard shortcut. You can also open it via the Run dialog using the Windows Key+R keyboard shortcut, typing eventvwr, then clicking OK.

Once you have the Event Viewer open, follow these steps:

1. In the left pane go to Windows Logs > System

2. In the right pane you will see a list of events that occurred while Windows was running

3. Click on the Event ID label to sort data by the Event ID column

4. It is possible that your event log will be extremely long, so you will need to create a filter

5. From the Actions pane on the right-hand side, click on “Filter current log”

6. Type 6005, 6006 in the unlabelled field (see the screenshot below):

7. Click OK

Please note that it may take a few moments for the Event Viewer to show the filtered logs.

In Summary

  • Event ID 6005 means “The event log service was started” (i.e. start up time).
  • Event ID 6006 means “The event log service was stopped” (i.e. shut down time).
  • If you want, you could also add Event ID 6013 to your filter. This displays the system’s uptime after booting.

Finally, if this is something you want to check regularly, you can create a custom view to show this filtered log. Custom views are located at the top left of the left pane of the Windows Event Viewer. By adding it there, you can choose to select it whenever you want to view the log.


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