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windows services manager. such a thing?

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I'm confident NirSoft has such a tool.-Tuxman (November 21, 2014, 03:01 AM)
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I'm only aware of NirSoft's ServiWin but I don't believe it allows you to save/load a profile whereby you can start/stop a list of services.  Were you referring to a different tool?

And there I was just making a joke about a possible mockup image  ;D-4wd (November 21, 2014, 05:32 AM)
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Nope, not a mockup image; I actually designed it that way from the start.   :D

Is there anything that will quickly allow me to toggle a bunch of services on and off?  For example, if I want to do a lot of photoshopping, I want to disable a bunch of unecessary services to speed things up.  Then I want to reenable them again once I'm done.  is there anything where I can make a few profiles or something and toggle them?-superboyac (November 20, 2014, 12:22 PM)
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So, you can do this with a couple of batch files and the "net stop <service name>" and "net start <service name>" commands.  However, you have perfect timing.  If you can wait until next month, this is what I'm working on for NANY this year:
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It's called Splat (Simple Profile Launcher Application Tool) and will allow you to build profiles that allow you create list of applications and services to start/close/kill.  You can insert delays based on number of seconds or cpu usage threshold.  Also, you can assign each profile a hotkey as well as use one hotkey to execute multiple profiles.  It's sort of like a GUI version of App's Lacuna Launcher.
-skwire (November 20, 2014, 02:50 PM)
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I can wait!  Glad you're on it!


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