This utility manages and runs applications as Windows Services, although less-seasoned users will find the help file lacking. ServicesShell has a simple, straightforward interface and offers the simplest way to add, install, and start any application as a service. To add an application, just browse for any executable file and choose install or start the application as service. Installed applications are set to restart on system boot. Users starting many applications on each login will find ServicesShell helps set up their system much faster. The frequently used programs are registered as service and are automatically started with every system boot. This trialware limits services to 10 executions. Despite the limitations, we recommend this application to intermediate and advanced users who want to test a simple services-management utility.
What's new in version 1.7
Version 1.7 adds Windows 2008/R2 compatibility and a minor issue on stopping application program has been fixed.
ServiceShell is a user-defined Windows service manager. With ServiceShell, you can register your normal application program as a service and manage it easily. Once your application program changed to the service by ServiceShell, it will be started at boot time (before log-in) and stay running even if the Windows session being ended. ServiceShell controls each registered services systematically, prepared for system errors, shut down problems of user-defined services.