Do you want to export the list of running processes in Windows 10 to a text file?

This tweak will let you create a text file containing all running processes in Windows. This works also in Windows 8 and Windows 7 operating systems.

If your Task Manager is not working for some reason, this trick will help you list all running processes with PID and Memory Usage. You can also kill processes using PID instantly from the command prompt.

Generate Text List of Running Processes

As you can see in the text file below, you can also know the type of process in addition to its PID and Memory Usage.

This should also work on Windows XP, I haven’t tested but from what I’ve read online it should work on Windows XP as well.

Text File of Running Processes in Windows 10

Open the power user menu with a right-click on Start or using the Windows+X key combination.

Press A to open the command prompt as administrator. You can also open the command prompt by searching for CMD on your Start menu.

Execute the command tasklist to view the running processes, we want to export this to a text file. The trick is to add a > (pipe) and the name of the text file .txt to read it easily.

If you want to kill a process using its name run this command “Taskkill /IM process.exe /F” or “Taskkill /PID 111111 /F” using its PID.

Use the following command to export the list into a text file:

tasklist>c:\list.txt

There you have it!

If you have any questions feel free to leave a question down below. Thank you for sharing in advance!