One of the essential tasks to find out during application troubleshooting.
Did you ever wonder how to check for how long, particular process is running in Windows?
Lately, I was working on the Windows server and had to find out for how long the process is running.
After some research, I found you could easily find out process start time in Windows by using the Process Explorer tool.
This article will guide you on how to install & check process start time on Windows operating system.
- Download Process Explorer from Microsoft download page
- Extract the downloaded zip file
Now, you are ready to use Process Explorer
- Double click on
procexpto open it, it will look like below
- Click on View >> Select Columns
- Click on Process Performance tab and select Start Time
- Click on Ok
- You will notice an additional column is added called Start Time in Process Explorer.
I hope this helps you with your application troubleshooting procedure. If you are looking to learn Windows server administration, then check out this Udemy course.
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