Authored in 2010
The process object contains a lot of different information about the process in question, however it lacks the "description" of a process.
To see the description of a given process, hit CTRL+ALT+Delete and start the task manager. From there navigate to "Processes" and look under the "Description" column on the far right. This description is typically the easiest way to identify an application. You would think the process name would be the most obvious choice to identify an application, but this name is not always obvious.
For example, the Visual Studio 2010 process is called "devenv". Not very telling. The description of the process on the other hand is much more usable: "Microsoft Visual Studio 2010". That one doesn't leave much to the imagination, and typically this is what you are after if you are trying to identify an application based on a process.
As mentioned the process object lacks the description of a process. This is because the description is actually not stored in the proce