Batch Script /Task Schedule help

Looking to create an hourly Schedule task that will launch a script. The script will launch an app if a process is not running. The process will run as logged in user.
The program to launch  is  C:\Program Files\Google\Drive File Stream\\GoogleDriveFS.exe
The Process name is GoogleDriveFS.exe

It's a Windows 10 PC.
What should the Batch script be.
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It will be easiest to schedule 2 tasks in Task Scheduler.
1. use task kill for the google drive process in a batch file (this will be for stopping the process if eventually is still running)
2. second task for running the exe (no need of batch file for this)
You should have 1 min difference between first and second task
Try this:
@echo off
set Process=C:\Program Files\Google\Drive File Stream\\GoogleDriveFS.exe

for %%a in ("%Process%") do set ImageName=%%~nxa
tasklist.exe /fi "IMAGENAME eq %ImageName%" /FI "USERNAME eq %UserName%" | find.exe /i "%ImageName%"
if errorlevel 1 (
	echo Process '%ImageName%' not running, starting ...
	start "" "%Process%"
) else (
	echo Process '%ImageName%' is already running.

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GGHCAuthor Commented:
Thanks oBdA!
Anyway to have the .bat run completely hidden in the scheduled task? Even though I have "Hidden" checked there still a brief cmd pop up that shows up.
Trying to have it fully hidden.
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