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Keywords: CPU usage Task Manager Process Information Extender
For CPU Usage, select, "% Processor Time", and hit the OK button. Then in the following script, you'll see that tGetData returns the total CPU time, either as an integer value or as a floating point number.
;Addextender("wproc34i.dll") Addextender("wwprc44i.dll") counterstring=tBrowseCntrs (0,0,0,0,0) Message("tBrowseCntrs returned full counter path",counterstring) if WinVersion(4)==4; NT intdat=tGetData(counterstring,0) fltdat=tGetData(counterstring,1) Message("tGetData for %counterstring%",strcat("Float Value:",fltdat,@CRLF,"Int Value: ",intdat)) endif
Article ID: W14547
Filename: Get CPU Usage.txt
File Created: 2017:07:28:12:58:38
Last Updated: 2013:04:01:08:08:49