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Mostly code in the internet use NTQuery....() API ,but I don't want this ,Please Help me. My Gmail : [Email Removed].
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HimanshuJoshi 17-May-11 22:36pm    
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GetProcessTimes[^] may help.

An article on CodeProject on how to use it:
GetProcessTimes[^]

This function doesn't return the CPU usage, it returns the time spent by a process. But you can easily deduct the CPU usage from it.
 
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Study about Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service. It will give you CPU usage and other system information.
 
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Olivier Levrey 18-May-11 3:56am    
It is generally not very easy to use WMI. I would suggest something simpler.
By searching google or any search engine site.
 
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