In this video we look at a Google Shell command called “Uptime”. This command will allow you to see how long a Chromebook has been running and what sort of loads your computers CPU’s are processing.
The information in Uptime, can be useful as a diagnostic tool to determine why a Chromebook is not performing as well as it normally should be. The Uptime command will also work on computers running macOS and Linux.
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