List all Windows Applications Currently Open with .NET

Posted on 2004-10-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-25
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I need help creating a Sub that will list all the Windows Applications Currently Open.

I need the solution in Visual Basic .NET

I would like to create an output similar to the task manager.

Thanks for your time inadvance,
Question by:vaultworld
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    This code assume that you've used the following Imports
    ' Imports System.Diagnostics.

    ' Start with an empty ListBox.
    ' Display ProcessName property in the list area.
    lstProcesses.DisplayMember = "ProcessName"

    ' Load info on all running processes in the ListBox control.
    Dim p As Process
    For Each p In Process.GetProcesses
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