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AppToService 4.30

  • License:
    Trial ($24.95)
  • Latest Version:
    4.30
  • Editors' Review:
    Not yet reviewed
  • Updated:
    May 05, 2014
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  • Platform:
    Windows
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  • File size:
    2.6 Mb
  • Downloads:
    353

AppToService Description

AppToService - Run regular applications as Windows services

Run regular applications as Windows services

AppToService is a Unicode console application that lets you run any normal application or sever as a Windows service.

There are some benefits of running an application as a Windows service like the ability to keep an application running even if there is no user logged on the computer, running an application under a certain user account, letting applications survive logoff/logon processes etc.

Features:

- Small and simple application
- Doesn’t modify the Registry
- Lots of options to give you greater control
- Lets you run any application as a service
- Free of adware, spyware and malware

Requirements:

- 5 MB of free disk space

Limitations:

- 30-day trial

AppToService 4.30 is licensed as Trial for the Windows operating system / platform. AppToService is provided as a free to try download for all software users (Trial).

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