With Application as Service by Eltima Software you can easily run app as service without any profound knowledge of computer systems. Moreover with Application as Service you not just run as service any application, but also schedule its launch and restart, manage it locally or remotely, in the background or in active mode.
Full features list:
Run any application (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows service Create and manage native system services in few clicks Easily connect to remote PC over local network or Internet and manage all remote services like your own (Application as Service is not required on a remote PC) Run application as service before users login into their accounts or after the network is fully initialized Run your application interactively (visible to users) or silently Choose user session (including RDP session) in which interactive service should be started - for Windows XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, 7 and Server 2008. Interactively and silently run services can be launched under user accounts. Schedule your service to run at the exact time and periodically on the defined day of the week/month/year Minimize downtime by auto-restarting application once it is crashed Advanced service dependencies mechanism allows you to run applications at the certain order Define Load Order Group which your application belongs to Restrict/grant your application with execution rights by specifying user account name under which it is run On-the-fly service start-up type customization Gracefully close console and Windows applications Close various popup windows that your application might display Specify the process priority for your application (Real time/High/Above normal/Normal/Below normal/Low) Define CPU binding for multi-processor PCs Conveniently supply additional options and system environment variables for console and Windows applications Run additional programs prior to the service startup, program start, stop or just after the service shutdown Redirect STDIN, STDOUT and STDERROR streams to or from the file for console application Specify desktop on which you would like your application to run as service Take all benefits of multi-processor, multi-thread and 64-bit platforms Works under Virtual Machines (VMWare and so on) Use XML configuration file to install the service Demo version limitations:
14-day trial period Interface languages:
English Compatible with:
Windows XP 32-bit Windows 2000
Windows XP 64-bit
Windows 2003 32-bit
Windows 2003 64-bit
Windows 2008 32-bit
Windows 2008 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit
Windows 7 32-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows 8 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit
Windows 10 32-bit
Windows 10 64-bit
Windows Server 2012
Solution to run program as a service :
Application as Service for business
Application as Service can be used to run Windows program as service in a couple of quick clicks. For example you can run Microsoft Outlook as a service. Thanks to Application as Service you can send and receive your emails even without logging in to your user account, set the date and time for it.
You can easily run VMware virtual machines as a service.
With the help of Application as Service you can launch virtual machine in the background as soon as your computer starts. You can set which virtual machine should start and when it should start, restart, or switch off.
Application as Service
is a leading solution for running an application as Windows service. It brings all the advantages to you when it comes to the constant monitoring of the running services, low CPU loading and compatibility with 32- and 64-bit systems. Application as Service provides you with the detailed information of all events and an intuitive interface. Application as Service is an ultimate service launcher that makes running program as a service as easy as pie!
Application as Service for home use
Run application as Windows service in a few easy clicks. You can even run Skype as a service with the help of Application as Service, which allows using the same Skype account for several Windows user accounts and launch it even before user logon.