Process mining focuses on analyzing event logs from existing IT systems to discover, monitor, and improve processes. It provides insights into how processes are actually executed. On the other hand, task mining involves capturing user interactions with software applications to understand how tasks are performed in real-time. Task mining focuses more on individual tasks and user behaviors, providing a granular view of operational workflows. While process mining offers a broader perspective on end-to-end processes, task mining provides detailed insights into task-level activities and user interactions, enabling organizations to optimize tasks and processes effectively.