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Windows process name for java apps

I run a number of Java apps and through the course of a day
In order to kill a crashed java app, I go to the Windows Task Manager -> Processes tab and here I have a problem.
All java apps are called either javaw.exe or java.exe and I don't know which process is which.
Is there anyway that I can hand in an argument -D to display the actual instance name or something to help me identify which java process is for which program?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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sciuriware

Which results in writing your own taskmgr.
A nice exercise.

;JOOP!
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