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Task Manager - Show Services Running under svchost.exe

How to See Services Running Under svchost.exe Process in Windows 7
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27 Feb 2009
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How to See Services Running Under svchost.exe Process in Windows 7

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Microsoft defines svchost.exe as a generic host process name for services that run from dynamic link libraries. This will show you how to identify what services are running under a single process of svchost.exe.

Here's How:
1. Open up the Task Manager by either typing taskmgr.exe in the Start Menu Search Bar, pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc, Ctrl+Alt+Delete or Right-Clicking on the taskbar and selecting Start Task Manager.
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2. Go to the Process Tab and click on Show Processes From All Users.
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A) Now, you will see a list of svchost.exe processes.
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3. Right-Click on a svchost.exe process and select Go to Service/s.
A) This will jump to the Services Tab and the services running under that certain svchost.exe process will be highlighted.
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That's it.


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