This write-up aims to observe a guide about the “Get-Process” cmdlet.
How to Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet for Running Processes in PowerShell?
These methods will be approached to get the running processes:
- Get a single running process.
- Get multiple running processes.
- Get all running processes.
- Get objects with given attributes.
- Get the owner’s information.
Method 1: Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet to Get a Single Running Process Information
In order to retrieve the single running process in PowerShell utilizing the cmdlet “Get-Process”. First, initiate the “Get-Process” cmdlet and add the process name. For instance, overview the given command:
Method 2: Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet to Get Information of Multiple Running Processes
To get the information of multiple running processes, separate each process name by a comma:
Method 3: Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet to Get All the Running Processes
Run the “Get-Process” cmdlet all alone to get all the running processes:
Method 4: Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet to Get the Objects With Given Attributes
Similarly, to get the id of the certain running process, concatenate the “id” parameter at the end of the given command:
In the above code:
- First, initialize the “Get-Process” along with the process name and wrap it inside the small braces.
- After that, concatenate it with the “id” tag:
You can also concatenate the “CPU” tag at the end of the certain command to get the information of the certain process:
Method 5: Use the “Get-Process” Cmdlet to Get the Owner’s Information
The owner information of a specific process can be retrieved by adding the “-IncludeUserName” parameter along with the “Get-Process” cmdlet and process name:
That was all about the usage of the Get-Process cmdlet.
The “Get-Process” cmdlet in PowerShell gets the running information of all the processes. Moreover, information on single and multiple running processes can be retrieved by simply adding the name of the process with the “Get-Process” cmdlet. This blog has illustrated a guide to get information of all the running processes in PowerShell.