Alternatives to Application as Service for all platforms with any license

  • NSSM - The Non-Sucking Service Manager icon

    NSSM - The Non-Sucking Service Manager

    nssm is a service helper which doesn't suck. srvany and other service helper programs suck because they don't handle failure of the application running as a service. If you use such a program you may see a service listed as...

    Open Source Windows

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  • Launcher Service

    Launcher Service lets you run any program as a Windows Service. When executed as a service, a program runs earlier at Windows startup, even before a user has logged on; it isn't closed if a user ends the session, and can run...

    Open Source Windows

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  • Always Up icon

    Always Up

    AlwaysUp is the true set-it-and-forget-it way to run your mission-critical Windows application 24/7, unattended, starting it at boot and monitoring it to ensure that it is always running, even if it crashes, hangs, or fails. With...

    Commercial Windows

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  • FireDaemon icon

    FireDaemon

    FireDaemon runs any application program executable or script as a Windows service when your computer starts up restarting it the application crashes or fails.

    Commercial Windows

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  • Winserv

    Winserv is an utility that can create an NT service that runs any application. When the application exits, the service becomes stopped. It is also able to manage local and remote NT services that were not created by winserv.

    Open Source Windows

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