AlwaysUp runs your application 24/7 as a Windows Service, monitoring it constantly to ensure 100% uptime. It will automatically restart your application if it crashes, hangs, or uses too much memory, and will send email to inform you of the event.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||4.65 MB ( 4,757 KB )|
|Published||Mar 23, 2006 (16 years ago)|
|Updated||Nov 19, 2017 (5 years ago)|
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AlwaysUp leverages the Windows Services architecture to provide robust, low-level application control in a secure environment. Your application can start without someone having to log on, survive user logons/logoffs, and run entirely without user intervention. No programming is required.
And best of all, after years of constant refinement based on client feedback and many thousands of installations on a variety of PCs, AlwaysUp remains a trusted, reliable solution for many large and small businesses worldwide. Take advantage of our free 30-day trial and find out for yourself!
|Requirements:||Pentium-class processor; 8 MB free disk space|
|Release Info:||Major Update on Nov 19, 2017|
|Release Notes:||Grant desktop rights when necessary; Various improvements for Windows Server 2016|
|Related Tags:||run as service run application as service run program as service create Windows Service install Windows Service|
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