SrvMan – Fully control and manage Windows services

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SrvMan (full name: Windows Service Manager) is a very small but important system services manager from Germany, specially designed for advanced computer users, free to use.

For managing Windows services, it enables users to view, start, stop, restart, or add (so as to run arbitrary Win32 program or legacy driver as a system service), delete, modify system services with one click. All operations are under both GUI and command-line modes, and you don’t have to restart the system.

// Key Features //

  • Allows creating driver and Win32 services without restarting
  • Supports both GUI and Command Line
  • Supports all modern 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows
  • Allows running arbitrary Win32 applications as services
  • Allows installing & running legacy driver services in a single command line call

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