The word that you are looking for is solve, not slove.
Run process Monitor. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/procmon
Set a filter for "path contains powershell".
In the trace you should see some process launching Powershell, and if you double click on the Powershell process you will be able to see any command line arguments that were passed to it.
hi i found it thank you
can i ask its it
i know its IE BECAUSE MY IE crashe my computer crashe
and I Shut down my computer
and I restart my computer again and all crashe
powershell open a lot automatic crashe
also this applictation wrong
and then my Computer mouse cant open anything like Toolbar IE Chrome
and I reboot windows 10
my Computer can click open and use IE Chrome
but powershell Flashing never stop again
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