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You can use Windows PowerShell to find scheduled tasks and get the queue status of scheduled tasks in Windows 10/8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Let’s see how we can do this with the Get-ScheduledTask.
Windows PowerShell is a command line shell and scripting language based on the.NET framework and designed for system administrators, IT experts and developers. Windows 8.1 is installed with Windows PowerShell 4.0, which includes many new features that make its language easier and more user-friendly and avoid common errors.
provides the task definition object of a scheduled task saved on a Windows computer.
You can use Windows PowerShell to determine which scheduled tasks are running in the background, says The Scripting Guy and sorts them by report :
Get-ScheduledTask | Sort Status
This is useful if your task manager displays many running processes and you want to see them.
You can use the following command, which gives you a list of scheduled tasks and information about them:
Get-ScheduledTask | Get-Member
This list the properties and methods of a command or object.