Retrieving Information About Processes 

You can use the Process component to retrieve property information about a process. The component can retrieve several useful categories of information from the properties of the target component and store the values in its own cached properties.

In This Section

How to: Investigate Memory Usage for Processes

Provides directions on using the Process component to return process memory usage.

How to: Investigate Thread Usage for Processes

Provides directions on using the Process component to get the thread count used by a process.

How to: Investigate Libraries Loaded by Processes

Provides directions on using the Process component to list libraries loaded by a process.

How to: Refresh Process Component Properties

Provides directions on how to refresh the Process component's properties.

Related Sections

How to: Bind to Existing Processes

Provides directions how to bind a Process component to a process.

How to: Create Process Components

Provides directions how to create a Process component.

Managing Processes

Provides links to topics on starting and stopping processes, as well as retrieving property information.

How to: Determine If a Process Has Exited

Provides directions on using a Process component to determine if a process has exited.

How to: Determine If a Process Is Responding

Provides directions on using a Process component to determine if a process is responding.

Introduction to Monitoring and Managing Windows Processes

Describes essential concepts about the Process component.

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