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  • 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.

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  • WinSW

    WinSW is an executable binary, which can be used to wrap and manage a custom process as a Windows service.

    Free Open Source Windows

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  • Turbo Service Manager

    TSM is a very small tool to configure your services. Features: Save/Load state in XML. Enable/Disable/Startup/Manual/Stop/Pause/Resume in multiple selected...

    Free Windows

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  • 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...

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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...

    Free Open Source Windows

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  • Shawl

    Shawl is a wrapper for running arbitrary programs as Windows services, written in Rust. It handles the Windows service API for you so that your program only needs to...

    Free Open Source 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...

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