Example: If I were viewing example.txt in a Notepad and editing an image in GIMP, I’d like to generate a batch file that would launch those files using those applications after I’ve closed the windows. Is there a way to create a launcher like this without manually copying and pasting the names of open files and applications into a batch file or shell script?
Yes, you can, if you use PowerShell etc.
get-process | select name
this will get a list of process names
Now you can find the commandline for the process names you interested in with the following
gwmi win32_process -filter "name=$processname'" | select commandLine
Now you can use PowerShell to create shortcuts
You can create a simple script do what you want, as there are other things you may want to add for the shortcuts other than the commandline (which is your target in the shortcut) and process name.