If you need to identify the Windows processes that are currently running – for example maybe you need to shut down process prior to installing software, or locate a misbehaving thread – use the following examples to retrieve information about what it currently active.
Getting all processes:
Using the wildcard to get specific processes:
As shown, the example above gets all the processes with the text string font in them. Since its a text string, it must be surrounded by parenthesis.
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