Originally Posted by Sean Webster
Here is what I got with my set up:
It makes a big difference how Uptime is configured to run, particularly in Windows 8. I had two shortcuts to Uptime, one in Start Menu\Programs, and one in Start Menu\Programs\Startup. This is the result:
That is also with the standard Windows 8 start into the Metro interface. Yes, I use a few of the Metro apps at times, to check the weather and news. Yeah, just shoot me!
For Windows 8 users (like Shawn), have you ever checked the Startup tab in Task Manager? It has a spec called "Last BIOS time", which I have not been able to find any information about.
The strange thing about it is, I never went into the BIOS/UEFI at all, and that time was recorded on a Windows restart. It makes no difference if you start the UEFI/BIOS UI and then exit to POST and boot.
Is this "BIOS time" really the POST time? Or the underlying execution of the UEFI/BIOS parameters?Edited by parsec - 8/21/13 at 10:08pm