How to Find The Original Install Date of Windows

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How to Find The Original Install Date of Windows

Post by Apoptosis » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:22 pm

If you want to find out original installation date of Windows operating system here is a simple process to do that.

Step 1:

Run the cmd from Start menu

Step 2:

Type this command in Command Prompt, hit the Enter button and let it complete the processing for few seconds

systeminfo|find/i"install date"

Here is an example of what you should see when the command is run:
install_date.jpg
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As you can see this system had Windows Vista installed on April 3rd, 2008. Not a bad little tip to figure out when an OS was installed.
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Re: How to Find The Original Install Date of Windows

Post by skier » Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:09 am

nice :) i should pin cmd to my start list, its a pain to get to
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