After installing updates to Windows Vista and rebooting, I got the new “Browser Choice” screen displayed. This allows European Windows users to choose a browser(s) to install.
After confirming you’re connected to the internet, you can choose which browsers to install. There’s also a shortcut on the desktop in case you want to run this again at a later date.
I’m managing a Windows 2003 systems and one of the things that I want to do is know how long the system has been up since rebooted.

On a Unix system I can issue a uptime command to see when the system was last rebooted. This command doesn’t natively exist on Windows though.

On a Win2K3 server however, you can get the uptime by issuing the following command:
net statistics workstation