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PowerTip: List All Running Tasks in Windows 8.1
Summary: Use Windows PowerShell in Windows 8.1 to show all running tasks in Task Scheduler. Sometimes I get CPU spikes on a server. As part of troubleshooting, I need to know the processes and which are scheduled tasks. Is there a way for Windows PowerShell to show me which tasks are running now? Use the Get-ScheduledTask cmdlet and filter on the State: Get-ScheduledTask | Where { $_.State –eq ‘Running’ }
Friday, Apr 18

 

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