In most Linux shells, you can "stop" a running process foreground with CtrlZ and use bg to move it into the background.

What's the Command Prompt equivalent? This should be a duplicate but I couldn't find it.


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Start your process like this:

Start /B someCommand -v

Then to bring it back enter:


Which exits the foreground cmd.exe and brings back the background process.

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