Corionis
   Service Manager

Monitor & manage selected Windows services

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There are download choices, see Using the MSI installer versus just the .exe.
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What is the Corionis Service Manager?

Most people who regularly monitor and manage Windows services are only interested in a few.

The Corionis Service Manager (CSM) is a small Windows tray application that monitors and manages a list of user-selected Windows services. The selected services are monitored and may be easily started or stopped, the start-up type changed, etc.

Because it is a Windows tray app it is monitoring each service and always available. The utility may be popped up or down by double-clicking the tray icon. Notifications are displayed and logged when a selected service’s state changes.

    CSM in the system tray

CSM is free and open source distributed under the MIT License.

Features

  • Monitors and manages a list of user-selected Windows services.
  • Select tab shows all Windows services available on the system.
  • Monitor and Select lists have multi-letter speed search of service names.
  • Remembers state:
    • Window size & location.
    • Monitor & Select lists column sizes.
    • Whether active monitoring is enabled.
  • Logs running status changes of selected services.
  • Optional logging to a file.
  • Can be operated with the keyboard.

Screenshots

CSM Monitor tab:
CSM Monitor tab

CSM Select tab:
CSM Select tab

CSM Options tab:
Options tab

Download Files

The latest version of CSM is 1.0.1.180. See Downloads for the files.

User Documentation

The User Documentation is also the Online Help in the program.

What is Corionis?

Corionis (core-E-on-iss) is a planet name from the science fiction series Babylon 5, thanks to J. Michael Straczynski. It is also a trademark of Corionis, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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