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Using PowerShell to obtain process information

You can use the Get-CimInstance cmdlet at a PowerShell prompt to obtain information on processes running on a Microsoft Windows system. E.g., to see a list of all the processes currently running on a system, the command gcim win32_process can be used; gcim is an alias for Get-CimInstance, so you can use the shorter alias or Get-CimInstance. The name of the process, its process identifier (PID), handle count, working set size, and virtual memory size are displayed.

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