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Control Windows Services with Service Controller

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Over time, your computer may get less responsive. The more programs you install, the longer it may take for Windows to start-up. Although it’s a good idea to have some programs start at boot-up, running others may just waste resources and extend startup time, unnecessarily. It is fairly easy to turn off/disable Windows services if they are few in number and are not required however, if there tons of them it becomes a task to disable each of them manually. As such, having an application at hand, well capable of managing services, may come across as a handy tool. That’s what Service Controller is designed to do.

Service Controller helps you take some load off the system when the OS initializes. It minimizes the process involved while controlling Windows Services. It lets you create a custom list of Windows services to control manually within a single place, easily and more effectively.  The program lets you manage (start, stop, restart) them in single click.

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