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made some code a while back to figure out what was running on a system and it got me curious... is there a UDF out there that you can determine cpu usage per each window somehow? anyways... as always, here's some code below:

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstants.au3>

GUICreate("handleview", 300, 600, @DesktopWidth/2, @DesktopHeight/2)
$ListView = GUICtrlCreateListView("Program|HWND", 1, 1, 298, 598)

While 1

Func SwitchCheck()
    $nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $nMsg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE

Func ProgramFind()
    Local $List = WinList()

        For $i = 1 To $List[0][0]
            GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($List[$i][0]&"|"&$List[$i][1], $ListView)


kinda curious how you directly call the memory in autoit, like outputting the data of "0x00010000" to  console or something, would be nice to know... been looking at the functions, but can't seem to output the data directly from a hex-specific memory address

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I know in C++ it's like this...

            ReadProcessMemory(handle, (PBYTE*)0x00REPLACEWITHMEMORYADDRESS, &readcurrentvalue, sizeof(readcurrentvalue), 0);
            cout << readcurrentvalue << end1;
            WriteProcessMemory(handle, (LPVOID)0x00REPLACEWITHMEMORYADDRESS, &writenewvalue, sizeof(writenewvalue), 0);

and so on and so-forth... it's really simple... and I could use #include with my C++ script... I'm just wondering if it's possible to do with only autoit...

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You can use WMI Win32_Process to calculate the CPU usage per process.  The UserModeTime and KernelModeTime give you separate usage of CPU.  Add them to get total CPU usage.  You need to create an interval and request the informations at the beginning and the end of the interval.  You get this way CPU usage per process in real time.

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