Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 09, 2015

A process in its simplest form is a running application. The Process class provides access to local and remote processes and enables us to start and stop local system processes. The Process.Start() method starts a process resource by specifying the name of a document or application file and associates the resource with a new process component. Thus we can start other applications from within our application.

The program below launches notepad.exe, winhlp32.exe and asynchronously counts up from 0 to 100001, then destroys the notepad.exe process using the Kill() method. It counts again from 0 to 2000 and then kills the winhlp32.exe process. Each process has an Id number.

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