By converting a program to a service, you receive full control over its execution, you do not allow a logged user to interact with this program and you can run it in any security context regardless of the permissions granted to the current user.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:01
Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Universal Shield 4.4.1 Universal Shield 4.4 is a powerful tool, combining data hiding, protection, and encryption: hide your files, folders, and drives, and set access rules. This program has the most flexible security combinations for your precious data.
DiskBoost 1.0.1 Speed up hard drive operations with a virtual RAM disk! DiskBoost maintains a blazing-fast virtual disk in your computer's RAM, allowing you to make your computer faster by storing frequently accessed files and data in the operative memory.
Description: Exe To Service allows you to install any Windows executable, Visual Basic or Java script as a service. Windows services are background processes that do not interfere with the logged user's environment. Windows services are controlled by the Service Control Manager. You can start them on boot before the user logs on and control their execution remotely. Exe To Services also installs a simple service scheduler. Thus, you can also start services at a specified time.
You may want to install long-running mission-critical programs as services. By converting them to services, you receive full control over their execution, you do not allow a logged user to interact with these programs and you can run them in any security context regardless of the permissions granted to the currently logged user.
JNC - JavaNativeCompiler 1.1 JNC is a Java to native compiler. It allows AOT (ahead of time) compilation of your Java applications. With JNC, you can create real standalone native binaries (.exe on Windows
MWSF: LaCie intros real-time DV to MPEG encoder LaCie will show at Macworld Conference & Expo a new tool for users to aid in DVD creation. The LaCie FastCoder allows people to convert DV NTSC video files to MPEG-1 and/or MPEG-2 in real-time using a G3-equipped Mac or higher.
Ore. Compiles Most Unwanted Species List They are the proverbial ants at the picnic, the unwelcome guests who stay so long they start to smell suspiciously like fish. Inclusion on Oregon's list of the most-unwanted-species the state's downscale version of Mr. Blackwell's annual worst-dres