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Tip of the Day
Language: VB.NET
Expertise: beginner
Mar 16, 2002

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List all running Windows processes

The System.Diagnostics.Process class exposes the GetProcesses static method, that returns a list of all running processes. It is quite easy to leverage this feature to display all running processes in a ListBox or ComboBox control:

' This code assume that you've used the following Imports
' Imports System.Diagnostics.

' Start with an empty ListBox.
lstProcesses.Items.Clear()
' Display ProcessName property in the list area.
lstProcesses.DisplayMember = "ProcessName"

' Load info on all running processes in the ListBox control.
Dim p As Process
For Each p In Process.GetProcesses
    lstProcesses.Items.Add(p)
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Francesco Balena
 
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