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Get the current active (foreground) child window process ID - (Moved)

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Hi Guys,

I'm working on a project which I need to determine the current active child window and then return the Process ID of this window. With " WinGetTitle("[ACTIVE]")  " i can get the Process Id of chrome.exe . I need to get the Process Id of current active tab.

Specially in Chrome. I can get process ID of all running children of an App but not the one which is active now. I also tried wmic  queries but I got not perfect result.

Please Please help me. It is vital for me.

Is there any solution or maybe piece of code?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best Regards

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1 minute ago, argumentum said:

...so, once you get the PID. What are you planning to do with it ?

i am developing an App of Desktop activity logging and I must detect the incognito tabs and avoid to log them at the same time I must log the normal tabs.

I've detected that there is a property for every Incognito tab Process Id which is True and for normal chrome tabs is False and that is "Disable Databases" which can be extracted from command line of every process.

And with PID of every Tab it is solved. 

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