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How To Open Windows Services Manager In Windows 10

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At times you may need to open and manage your Windows Services. You may want to stop some service, start it, disable the service, delay its start-up or resume or pause the Windows Service. At such time, the Services Manager, which is a built-in tool in the Windows operating system, will help you. This post will show you how to open your Windows Services, using Services Manager as well as the Command Prompt.Windows Services are applications that typically start when the computer is booted and run quietly in the background until it is shut down. Strictly speaking, a service is any Windows application that is implemented with the services API and handles low-level tasks that require little or no user interaction.How to open Windows Services ManagerTo open the Windows Services Manager on your Windows 11 or Windows 10 computer, do the following:Right-click on the Start button to open the WinX MenuSelect RunType services.msc in the Run box which opensWindows Services Manager will open.Here you will be able to start, stop, disable, delay Windows Services.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[728,90],'thewindowsclub_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_3',815,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-thewindowsclub_com-medrectangle-4-0');Let us see how to do this in a bit more detail.Right-click on your Start button to open the WinX Menu. Select Run. This opens the Run box. Now type services.msc in it and hit Enter to open the Services Manager.

There are numerous ways via which one can open the built-in Services Manager in Windows. According to us, the easiest & least time-consuming method is to search for Services directly in the Cortana search bar, and the most inefficient way to open the same is to locate the services.msc file in the Windows File Explorer and then double-click on it. Nevertheless, you can choose your preferred way from the list of all the possible methods to launch the Services application below.

Command Prompt and PowerShell are two very powerful command-line interpreters built into Windows OS. Both of them can be used to perform a variety of tasks, including opening applications. Individual services can also be managed (started, stopped, enabled, or disabled) using either of them.

Now that you know all the ways to open the Services Manager, you also ought to familiarize yourself with the application and its features. As mentioned earlier, the application lists all the services on your computer with additional information regarding each. On the extended tab, you can select any service and read its description/use. The status column displays whether a particular service is currently running or not and the startup type column next to it informs if the service automatically starts running on boot or needs to be manually initiated.

The Services interface is based on the Microsoft Management Console, which is part of the family of administrative tools in Windows. You can launch services by opening Start, typing: services then hitting Enter. Or, you can press Windows key + R, type: services.msc then hit Enter.

Windows Services (also known as Services, services.msc, service control manager, part of Microsoft Management Console, and services snap-in) is an app in Windows that allows you to manage the settings of other apps and processes that run in the background. It is most commonly used to troubleshoot problems, but it must be accessed first.

This post provides 8 ways for how to open Windows Services in Windows 10, and how to troubleshoot services.msc not opening in Windows 10 problem. MiniTool software also provides free data recovery software, system backup and restore tool, and hard drive partition manager to help you tackle your computer issues.

Windows built-in Service Manager app lists all the services installed by system, drivers and apps. Sometimes you may need to open Windows Services application to start, disable or stop some services. Below we introduces 8 ways to access Windows Services, and how to


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