All processes in Windows can be listed on the command-line prompt (CMD) using the
tasklist command in Windows is the Linux
ps command equivalent.
In this note i am showing how to list all processes on the command-line prompt (CMD) in Windows using the
tasklist command, how to sort the process list and how to find a specific process by name.
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List Windows Processes
Get the list of all running processes in Windows:
Sort the list of processes by name:
C:\> tasklist /NH | sort
||Hide column names (header) from result set output|
Filter the list of processes by a process name (case insensitive):
C:\> tasklist /NH | findstr /I myProcess
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6 Replies to “Windows: List Processes – TaskList Command – CMD”
the problem about persons make guides such as these is once they post them they never come back to update them the
C:\> tasklist command my windows 10 64 bit telling me it don’t know what i am talking about
works on my windows 10
Neither does anyone else.
The command is “tasklist”
which you enter at the system prompt in a command shell window, in which the prompt could be “C:\> “.
Thank you “somebody” for saving our time ❤️