How to: Use the Processes Window

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The Processes window shows all processes that you have attached to or launched from Visual Studio. For more information, see Attaching to Running Processes.

In the Processes window, you can choose any attached process and make it the current process for debugging. For more information, see How to: Set the Current Process.

You can also terminate or detach from a process by using the Processes window. For more information, see: How to: Terminate a Process

You can also break a process, or continue execution of a process that is currently in a break state. For more information, see How to: Break or Continue a Process

To display the Processes window in break mode or run mode

  • On the Debug menu, choose Windows, and then click Processes.

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