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    Default Windows 7 - ReBoot Time [FUN]

    Hello Everyone,
    Thanks to sidney1st we have a great way to measure the ReBoot-Time (restart time) for our systems.
    You can see how to here:
    click to see details:

    EXAMPLE: ReBoot-Time dialog boxNOTE: This is what you will see after running the VB Script file from below and when you computer finishes restarting.

    Here's How:
    In order to calculate the time of rebooting Windows, we will use a VB Script (Visual BASIC Scripting Edition). Let us learn first how it works.The script writes a value in the registry (HKCU \ Software \ Microsoft \ Current Version \ run) so that it can be started again when booting. Then, another value containing the time is writen in the registry when the reboot is launched. While rebooting, the script records the hour in a variable then checks if the first value containing the time exists. If so, it is then enough to compare two times in order to obtain the time of rebooting. Then, the two keys added in the registry are removed (the run key and the key where the time is stored).

    Open your favorite text editor (notepad will do the job perfectly) and copy/paste the following script:

    Option ExplicitOn Error Resume NextDim Wsh, Time1, Time2, Result, PathFile, MsgResult, MsgA, AppName, KeyA, KeyB, TimeDiffMsgA = "Please close all running applications and click on OK."KeyA = "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RestartTime\"KeyB = "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\RestartTime"AppName = "ReBoot-Time"Set Wsh = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")PathFile = """" & WScript.ScriptFullName & """"Result = wsh.RegRead(KeyA & "Times")if Result = "" thenMsgResult = Msgbox (MsgA, vbOKCancel, AppName)If MsgResult = vbcancel then WScript.QuitWsh.RegWrite KeyA & "Times", left(Time,8), "REG_SZ"Wsh.RegWrite KeyB, PathFile, "REG_SZ"Wsh.Run "cmd /c Shutdown -r -t 00", false, 0 elseWsh.RegDelete KeyA & "Times"Wsh.RegDelete KeyAWsh.RegDelete KeyBTimeDiff = DateDiff("s",Result,left(Time,8))MsgBox "Your computer reboots in " & TimeDiff & " seconds", VbInformation, AppNameend ifwscript.Quit
    2) Save the file wherever you want on the same HDD (desktop for example) as ReBoot-Time.vbs (you can choose whatever name as far as the extension is ".VBS".

    You can also download the script file here:


    Here's my ReBoot-Time:

    SSD Reboot-Time

    HDD Reboot-Time
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