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Where does OSX display "up time" or the time since the last reboot and login?
 
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Way... way too many specs to list.
open a terminal window and issue uptime

~ $ uptime
16:13 up 1 day, 55 mins, 3 users, load averages: 1.65 1.66 1.66
 

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Thanks pm-r I looked for that earlier in an effort to answer this question and skipped it entirely, I know it was there and looked all over it.
 
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Thanks pm-r I looked for that earlier in an effort to answer this question and skipped it entirely, I know it was there and looked all over it.


Easy to miss and I almost skipped over it myself, but I knew I had seen it there previously, but one doesn't really expect to see it under a section header. ;)
 

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I knew I had seen it there previously, but one doesn't really expect to see it under a section header. ;)

That's why it was annoying me. I was sure I had seen it somewhere. I was beginning to think maybe I had used a third-party utility.
 

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