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Win Service Manager


December 30, 2006 2:25 pm





Target Platform: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003

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WinServiceManager provides single point of administration for managing various aspects of Windows services. It has more features and provides better management functionality than built-in Windows service management console. It shows a list of non-legitimate services which allows the administrator to quickly identify and remove the additional services, most of these are installed by spyware to monitor the user activities.

The problem with built-in Windows management console is that its difficult for the user to distinguish between legitimate and non-legitimate services. Also information about the service is not displayed at single place. WinServiceManager makes it easy for user to identify non-legitimate services by displaying additional information such as binary path, company information at one place.

In addition to this, a user can chose to see all Windows services as well as control these services (start/stop/enable/disable etc) with few clicks.

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