Is it possible to "listen" to arguments one process starts another?

Hi, I don't know what tags to put for my question, can fix.

There is a program And this program And runs another program - B.
The point is, I want to know what argumentami program a calls program B.

For example in Linux, if you open htop is the same, it shows tasks as they were launched (including the passed parameters to them), this is possible on windows?

What kind of program?

There are arc - this sort of thing, like Steam, this arc starts the launcher for the game, and apparently sends some parameters for authorization, I want to know what that would get rid of the arc and launch from the launcher.

arc has its own overlay, very legacy and does not kill the process because it re-raises them, with each game window launches a separate process overlay (Wildly eats memory), and I need to run multiple Windows and, ideally, quickly, bypassing the startup arc in General.
March 19th 20 at 09:39
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 09:41
Solution
Process Explorer.
You need the mouse to bring the desired process.
I will try - I will unsubscribe.
Thank you - Louvenia.Lubowitz commented on March 19th 20 at 09:44
right - click on the desired process Properties - the second line - the Command line - Felicia commented on March 19th 20 at 09:47
March 19th 20 at 09:43
Solution
Standard task Manager will help you.
On the tab Processes and Details can be added to the display field the command line of the process, it will all start parameters of the process. Columns are added using Pcma on the table header.

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