batch script to powershell script

Hello all,

I have below command in batchfile which works good, now we are changing that batch script to powershell script. How can I do the below commands in powershell?

Taskkill /IM "outlook.exe" /f
Taskkill /IM "excel.exe" /f
Taskkill /IM "onenote.exe" /f
Taskkill /IM "winword.exe" /f
Taskkill /IM "BIUTIL.EXE " /f
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Theoretically, it would work exactly like that in PowerShell as well; it's called PowerShell, after all.
Here's how to use a native cmdlet instead:
Stop-Process -Name outlook, excel, onenote, winword, biutil -Force

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aravind ancheWindows/Vmware Commented:
try this
Get-Process | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq "Excel" } | Select-Object -First 1 | Stop-Process
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Thanks both worked
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