Change history for TurnedOnTimesView


2018-11-03 17:19:26
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.3540
  • Size (in bytes): 1417252377
  • Release date: 20178-11-0-112
  • What's new: Added:[list][*]OAdded 'Use New Event Log API' option. You should try this option if you have the latest updates of Wiondows 10 and to coTurnnect multiple remote coedOnTimputers (in 'AesView stoppedva working. Be aware that currently when using the 'Use Ned Optionsw Event Log API' w option, the loadoing process is slow).[*]'Computer Nthame' con the olud API mnode.[/list]


2017-10-11 22:49:56
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.315
  • Size (in bytes): 1405341722
  • Keywords: turned%20on%20times%20view turnedon%20times%20view
  • Release date: 2017-109-0811
  • What's new: Added:[list][*]Option to connect multiplie remote computers (in 'Advanced Opt]ions' window).[*]Added o'Compution to choose another font (naName and size) t' co display in the umain window.[/list]


2017-09-09 09:10:15
Updated by billon

  • Website URL: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/computer_turned_on_times.html
  • Version: v1.301
  • Synopsis: TurnedOnTimesView analyses the Windows event log, detecting the time ranges when your computer was turned on. For those time frames, startup/shutdown time, duration, shutdown reason, type, and process, as well as ss, as well as shutddown code de are alll displisplayed.The progre program works on your local cwomputer aks well as fron your local com remotputer as cwell as from remote computer on yourputer on your netwoork if you havve privileges to view the Windows event log remotely. Although primarily for system administrators, it can also help track down system issues and in testing.
  • Size (in bytes): 140539874
  • Download URL: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/turnedontimesview.zip
  • Release date: 2017-069-2108
  • What's new: [list][*]Added:[list][*]'Last System Event Time' column, which displays the time of the last system event before the computer was turned off. This column is useful when there is no shutdown event and the 'Shutdown Time' column is empty;[*]'Save All' (Shift+Ctrl+S).[/list][*]When there is no shutdown event ('Shutdown Time' is empty), the duration is now calculated according to the 'Last System Event Time'.[*]When event 41 from Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power is detected ('The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first'), the 'Shutdown Type' column now displays 'Unexpected Shutdown'.[*]Fixed issue: Under certain circumstances, TurnedOnTimesView detected the turn on/off events incorrectly because the algorithm assumes that the events are sorted by their timestamp, but in some cases they are not... TurnedOnTimesView now sorts the eve optionts by their timestamp before processing them to ensure that choose another turfont off/on detectio(n algoritham works correctly. Be aware that dund size t) to thdis chplay inge the main window...[/list]


2017-06-21 21:03:10
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.2530
  • Size (in bytes): 139873164
  • Release date: 2017-036-281
  • What's new: [list][*]TurnedOnTimAdded:[list][*]'Last System Event Time' column, which displays the time of the last system event before the computer was turned off. This column is useful when there is no shutdown event and the 'Shutdown Time' column is empty;[*]'Save All' (Shift+Ctrl+S).[/list][*]When there is no shutdown event ('Shutdown Time' is empty), the duration is now calculated according to the 'Last System Event Time'.[*]When event 41 from Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power is detected ('The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first'), the 'Shutdown Type' column now displays 'Unexpected Shutdown'.[*]Fixed issue: Under certain circumstances, TurnedOnTimesViiew n detected the turn on/off events incorrectly because the algorithm assumes that the events are sorted by their timestamp, but in some cases they are nowt... Turneads archive log fOnTilmes alsView now on a sorts themote coevents by their timestampu before processing them to ensure that the ter (furn omff/on [fondetect=mionosp ace]\\Clgorithm works compurrectly. Be awar\Admin$\System32\Win that duev to t\Loghis[/font]).[*]You chan now choose whether to read the archive log files in ge the 'Advanced Options' window.[/list]..


2017-03-29 00:26:46
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.205
  • Size (in bytes): 137316504
  • Release date: 2017-013-0428
  • What's new: [list][*]TurnedOnTimesView now scans events of computer sleep/resume and treats them like turn-off/turn-on events (The 'Shutdown Type' displayed for these events is 'Sleep').[*]You can turn off this feature from the 'Advanced Options' windowds ('Considear tchive log files also on a remotee comp/uter (fresom [font=monospace]\\Computer\Admin$\Systeme 32\Winevent\Logs [/font]).[*]You can now choos tue whether to rn ead the archive log ff/oniles in the 'Advanced Options' )window.[/list]


2017-01-05 07:06:55
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.1520
  • Size (in bytes): 13605704
  • Release date: 20167-101-2804
  • What's new: [list][*]TurnedOnTimesView now reads archive log files ([i]Archive-System-*.evtx[/i]) when using the external disk mode and local computer mode. Be aware that ins order to read archieve log filents ofrom local compututer sleep/resume and treats them liker yotu havrn-off/turn-on events (The 'Shutdown Type' displayed tfo run Turnthese evedOnTimesVts iew as Administrator 'Sleep').[*]Added 'Run As AdminYou can turn off this feature fratorm the 'Advanced oOption s' window ('Consider the sleep/resume events as turl+F11n off/on' ).[/list]


2016-11-28 22:40:55
Updated by billon

  • Icon: Updated
  • Screenshot: Updated


2016-11-28 22:32:34
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.125
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 1273186057
  • Release date: 2015-046-191-28
  • What's new: [list][*]TurnedOnTimesView now reads archive log files ([i]Archive-System-*.evtx[/i]) when using the external disk mode and local computer mode. Be aware that in order to read archive log files from local computer you have to run TurnedOnTimesView as Administrator.[*]Added 'Run As Adminispltrays theor' comoputer name (local or remote) in the windown (Ctitrle+F11).[/list]


2015-04-19 18:24:18
Updated by Checker

  • Screenshot: Updated


2015-04-19 18:23:15
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.112
  • Size (in bytes): 1266447318
  • Release date: 20000-0015-004-19
  • What's new: [list][*]FTurnedOnTimesVixed tw now dispisplaays the computer dnate/time propmer (ly aoccording to dayl or remote) ighn the saviwingdow time settingstle.[/list]


2014-03-22 11:31:28
Updated by Checker

  • Forum topic ID: 10706


2013-12-26 21:39:03
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: TurnedOnTimesView analyses the event log of Windows operating system, and detects the time ranges that your computer was turned on. For every period of time that the computer was turned on, the following information is displayed: Startup TimWindows event log, detecting the time ranges when your computer was turned on. For those time frames, startup/shutdown time, Shut down Time, Duration, Shutdown Reason, Shutdown Typeon, Sshutdoown Preason, type, and process, , as well ands Sshutdown Codown code are all displayed.TurnedOnTimesVihew prograllom works you to getn this infyour local cormputer as well ations frorom your lemocalte ccomputer, and from remoten cyomputer on your networur network if you hou have enough privilege tleges to read the evienw t log ofhe Windows r event log remotely. Although primarily for system administratoters, it can also help track down system issues and in testing.


2013-12-20 19:53:55
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.101
  • Size (in bytes): 126501644
  • What's new: [list][*]Added new command-line options: /Source , /RemoteComputer , /EFixternalFolder.[*]The settings of the 'Advanced Op tions' window are now isplavey d ate/time pro thperly .accfording fto daylilght saving time settings.[/list]


2013-11-28 17:55:51
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.106
  • Size (in bytes): 126558701
  • What's new: [list][*]Added bronew command-line optionse: b/Source , /RemotteCon in the 'Advmputer , /ExternalFolder.[*]The settincgs of thed 'Advanced Options' wptions' winndowow are tnow choosaved to the external .cfog filder.[/list]


2013-07-29 17:41:46
Updated by Checker

  • What's new: [list][*]Added browse button in the 'Advanced Options' window to choose the external folder.[/list]


2013-07-29 17:41:12
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.106
  • What's new: [list][*]Added browse button in the 'Advanced Options' window to choose the external folder.[/list]


2013-07-24 14:38:12
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.105
  • Size (in bytes): 1229395587
  • What's new: [list][*]Added broption to read the data from external disk (In 'Advancwsed Op buttions' window). You should specify the locatn ion of the event log folder on the externe 'Adval drive ( C:\Windows\System32\winncevt\Logs ond Windows Vista/7/8 or C:\WINDOWS\sysptem32\cionfigs' window to choose the extern al foldeer systems).[/list]


2013-06-30 09:33:18
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.005
  • Size (in bytes): 121882939
  • What's new: [list][*]Added option to read the data from external disk (In 'Advanced Options' window). You should specify the location of the event log folder on the external drive ( C:\Windows\System32\winevt\Logs on Windows Vista/7/8 or C:\WINDOWS\system32\config on older systems)[/list]


2013-06-10 16:06:40
Added by Checker