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*Multiple Profiles – You can have as many as you need of each of the following:
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• Profiles of YADA
• Profiles of all YADA users on your computer
• Batch download queues
• Manual download queues
• Directories where files are downloaded to
• Link collection lists where links can be downloaded
• Shortcuts to web pages to download a link to
• The amount of memory that YADA uses
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Reviews for Enzo’s Pizza
My husband and I have eaten at Enzo’s several times. We always have a good time. Their veggie pizza is really good. The only change I’d make is to have a smaller sauce bottle. The normal size bottle is huge and so there’s not a lot of sauce on your pizza.
My husband and I have eaten at Enzo’s several times. We always have a good time. Their veggie pizza is really good. The only change I’d make is to have a smaller sauce bottle eea19f52d2
WinServices is an advanced software utility designed to help you easily control Windows services and create snapshots with different configurations for comparison purposes. For instance, you can find out which services have been changed, added or removed by the OS.
Simple interface with advanced options
Wrapped up in a seemingly outdated interface made from a large window, WinServices is easy to navigate. It automatically loads all Windows services when launched, so you can check out their name and description, along with status (stopped or running).
By opening the right-click menu of any selected service, you can start, stop, pause or restart it with one click, as well as examine and edit properties.
View and change service settings
These parameters focus on the service’s display name, start type (e.g. autostart, boot start, disabled), error control mode (e.g. show or ignore error and continue), service type (e.g. interactive process, device driver), dependencies, and other actions (e.g. always keep running or stopped). Error control logs are registered and inspected.
Save and compare service snapshots
All shown service information can be saved to Services status files (.rpt format) and later opened to inspect two different configurations, as well as to even restore them. Worth noting is that WinServices lets you open status files from the local host or a remote one, so you can compare the service configuration between your local computer and another one in LAN, for example.
Customize app preferences
It provides you with a basic search function for the services, various viewing modes (e.g. services list or type, load order, dependencies), and multiple UI languages.
You can also handpick the columns to display while excluding the rest (e.g. error control, start name), choose the comparison mode between basic, advanced and full (the differences are listed), create a systray icon for quick access, or make the tool automatically run at every Windows startup until further notice.
Evaluation and conclusion
No error messages popped up in our testing, and the application didn’t freeze or crash. It didn’t hamper system performance, thanks to the fact that it used low CPU and RAM.
All in all, WinServices features advanced and approachable options to help you manipulate and examine Windows services, and it’s free to use. Too bad it hasn’t been updated for a while.
WinTools Backup Plus provides powerful functions and technical support for those who have already installed it.