Windows Task Manager has the ability to show the current CPU time of any given running process on windows, is there any way (not necessarily through Task Manager) to get the current wall time of a process?
An example, let's say I have a script that reliably runs for about 45 minutes. Without adding a progress bar to the script, is there any way to figure out for how long it has been running?
The math behind this seems pretty straight forward;
WallTime = CurrentWallTime - WallTimeProcessStarted.
Likewise, since the math is so simple, is there anyway to get the time that a process was started at?