ServiceCommander helps you to take control of your important Windows Services. Easily start, stop, or restart selected services on any computer on your network, all conveniently from the Windows taskbar.
ServiceCommander helps you to take control of your important Windows Services. Easily start, stop, or restart selected services on any computer on your network, all conveniently from the Windows taskbar.ServiceCommander is free for non-commercial use but a license should be purchased if it is to be used in a commercial environment.
Easily deploy your executables as a Windows 7/2008/Vista/2003/XP Services. The AlwaysUp Command Line Tools (CLT) package is designed for developers and application integrators looking to discreetly keep their applications available 24x7.
Service Protector monitors your mission critical Windows Services and keeps them running 24/7. Service Protector will automatically restart your service if it crashes, hangs, hogs the CPU, uses too much memory, or fails in any way.
PC Commander gves you total control over anything running on your Windows PC, all conveniently from your web browser. Stop processes, manipulate services, download files, log off/disconnect users, view event logs, restart the computer and much more.
http-ping is a small, free, easy-to-use command-line utility that probes a given URL and displays relevant statistics. It is similar to the popular 'ping' utility, but works over HTTP/S instead of ICMP, and with a URL instead of a computer name/IP.
Able Launch Bar is a window similar to the Quick Launch bar. This is Application Desktop Toolbar with built-in Windows Explorer. Able Launch Bar offers a system of shortcuts far more superior than Quick Launch.
Advanced Uninstaller PRO is the most complete uninstaller program ever created. You can uninstall programs completely and quickly using its simple and easy interface. You can also remove items that other uninstallers can't even touch.
TrayDay: today's date at a glance, in the Windows tray, with handy popup calendar. Can show week numbers to ISO (or your own) standard. A double-click types the date in the format of your choice. Julian Day and Internet Time features.