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PowerShell get-process cmdlet

On a Microsoft Windows system, you can obtain a list of all processes that are currently running from a command line interface (CLI) using the Windows PowerShell cmdlet get-process. To see all running processes, obtain a PowerShell prompt and type get-process.

PS C:\> get-process

Handles  NPM(K)    PM(K)      WS(K) VM(M)   CPU(s)     Id ProcessName
-------  ------    -----      ----- -----   ------     -- -----------
    100       9     1472        848    71    14.06  41452 adb
1018385      17     3028       1008    99 5,303.64 101076 AdobeARM
     79       7     1200       1336    44           56112 armsvc
    127      10     7956       9444    37   101.42 120812 audiodg
   9244     279   233224      22368  1019            1916 avp
   1334      72    51656       3436   263 1,856.22  11692 avp
    427      34    18864      11000  1510            1984 certsrv
    321      29    52752      71604   501     3.73   6524 chrome
    249      25    44344       9356   290   801.09   7820 chrome
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    268      20     4876      11112    60          121708 w3wp
    227      21   618252      31084   688            5428 wbengine
     84       8      892        324    41             656 wininit
    181      10     2432       2752    58             684 winlogon
    364      44    13596      17920   153 2,894.47 102896 WinSCP
   1672      20     9228      18008    81           52428 WmiPrvSE
   4884      20    16476       8936    61            3252 WSSBackup


PS C:\>

The column values are as follows:

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