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 is free and open source distributed under the MIT License.
- 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.
CSM Monitor tab:
CSM Select tab:
CSM Options tab:
The latest version of CSM is 18.104.22.168. See Downloads for the files.
The User Documentation is also the Online Help in the program.
What is Corionis?
- The Corionis Service Manager is written using the AutoIt scripting tool.
- The MSI installer is built with the free version of Advanced Installer.
- The graphics are created with GIMP, the GNU Image Manipulation Program.
- The screenshots were taken with Greenshot.
- The project is hosted on GitHub.
- These pages are served by GitHub Pages and rendered with Jekyll.
- And use a (slightly modified) Tactile theme.