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Services Page

The Services page shows details of Windows services on the current system.

To open the Services page

  1. Select the Spotlight on Windows connection in the Spotlight Browser.
  2. Click Processes | Services.

The Services table contains the following information.


  • Not all of these columns will be visible by default. To view hidden columns, right-click a column heading and choose Organize Columns... from the shortcut menu.
  • To hide or show the tree structure of the grid, right-click the grid and choose Hide Tree or Show Tree from the shortcut menu.
Column Description


This shows the name of the service or driver as reported to the system. The "tree bar" to the left of the names is a dependency tree, showing all services or drivers that depend on the particular service.

Display name

The "friendly" name of the service or driver.

Start up

This shows how the service acts on Windows start:

  • Automatic — Starts every time the system starts, after the Boot and System devices start.
  • Manual — Requires manual startup or another service or device to request its startup.
  • Disabled — Does not start and cannot be started manually.
  • Boot — Starts every time the system starts, before any other devices start.
  • Demand — Starts when the device is detected or needed for a specific event.
  • System — Starts every time the system starts, after the Boot devices start.

Service type

Shows what type of program this is.

Current state

Shows what the current status is of the service or driver. The status can be Running, Not Running or Paused.

Controls accepted

Identifies what can be done with a service or driver. This information is only available for currently running or paused services.

Running PID

The ID of the process associated with the current service (if any).

Process path name

The location of the service executable file.


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