Hi Scott, Sounds like it might accomplish what I'm looking for, but when I type what you wrote the window opens and closes so fast it is impossible to read any display. Is there a way to slow it down or keep it open? Pam > > >Hello Pam, > >Monday, April 28, 2003, 8:44:59 PM, you wrote: > >BN> Yea you guys, but I think Pam is looking for system up time, >like how long the >BN> computer has been running? > >It'll work if the cable/DSL service is solid and rarely gets >interrupted. > >Pam, try this: > >click Start -> Run, and type this: > >cmd /c systeminfo | more > >When it's done, it'll display a screen of info, including the uptime. >To see more, press the Enter key. The window will close when you hit >the last line. > > >BN> | I use earthlink so this may not pertain to you Pam but all I >BN> | have to do is left click on the little icon in the tray that >BN> | looks like 2 monitors with a cable connecting them. When I do >BN> | this a box pops up that says disconnect or status. I click on >BN> | status and it tells me what number I'm connected to, How long >BN> | I've been connected and at what speed and also how many bytes > >-- >Best regards, > Scott mailto:Wizard@xxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.