I use /proc/pid/status on Linux to find out the memory usage and process status.
Is it possible to do the same thing on Windows?
The Windows Task Manager can give you a lot of information - have you checked to see if it covers what you need?
If not Process Explorer (from SysInternals) may help.
If you want something CLI based,
I know this is an old post but I was looking for the same thing and wanted to contribute the solution I found.
The windows management console seems to be similar to /proc
Just open a command windows and run
To get a process list do
You can also format it with an xsl stylesheet. Here is mine on pastebin http://pastebin.com/ZQkbudAQ Put this in the current directory.
The "list" command is just a dump of all property/value sets for a command.
The "get" will retrieve specific properties. Use a comma separated list.