Oct 14, 2010 The tasklist command does not show window titles on remote computers. There is nothing you can do about this. That is just the way it is. tasklist show windows title Jun 01, 2012 Is there a way to identify a process by it's window title? Specifically, I need a batch file to close a specific Explorer window with the title Logs I'm not sure if the tasklist command can do it. It does mention WINDOWTITLE. However, I couldn't find one good example to try when searching on google.
Is there a way to output a list of running window titles to the command window? I know that it's possible to filter based on window title using tasklist FI. But is it possible to display a column of all window titles? TaskList will provide the image name, but I'm looking for the name as it appears in the task manager under the applications tab. tasklist show windows title
TASKLIST. TaskList displays all running applications and services with their Process ID (PID) This can be run on either a local or a remote computer. . Syntax Tasklist options Options: s computer Name or IP address of a remote computer. Dont use backslashes. Default local computer. u domain\user [p password Run under a different account. You can use the TASKLIST command to display a list of currentlyrunning tasks. TASKLIST displays the process ID number for each running task, the name of the executable program that started the task, and, when available, the window title. You can also optionally display the process priority, the modules (dll's) loaded by that process, tasklist process. txt The above command takes the output displayed by tasklist and saves it to the process. txt file. Tip: If you need help identifying each of these tasks, the complete log file can be pasted into the Computer Hope process tool, and each task will be identified. tasklist show windows title