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Hello, how can i check to see if a process is currently running on my localsystem?  I suppose I have to use GetProcessById().  A code example would be great!  Thanks!
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Probably you could search by the process' name:
Process[] processes = Process.GetProcessesByName("whatever.exe");

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* omit the ".exe" part though...just use the executable name, WITHOUT the path and WITHOUT the ".exe".
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