detect which script powershell consume cpu

Posted on 2014-08-27
Last Modified: 2014-08-31

I can detect that process powershell consume cpu but I don't know which script.
How can I find it?
Question by:bibi92
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    by the StartTime                  Property       System.DateTime StartTime {get;}
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    Use Process Explorer from Microsoft: You can add columns for process ID and also the command line to launch the script/process.
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    If your on windows 7 open your taskmanager then processes at the top View>add columns
    then  open the performance tab>click on the resource monitor
    Look in the processes
    tick the one's your interested and the extended info is listed below

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